1988 Freightliner boasts rare custom big bunk

Updated Jun 19, 2021

Pittsfield, Vermont-based Robert Davis has owned this 1988 Freightliner FLC120 since late 2018. He bought the rig from a friend in Alabama, but it originated in Canada.

As Davis explains in the video, the bunk is one of only two like it made by Ontario-based Mik Mak Fabrication. The 110-inch sleeper was built to be period-correct for the 1988 model.

The truck is now painted two-tone blue, but still features the original color -- the darker blue of the fenders and roof.

1988 Freightliner FLC120Robert Davis drives this 1988 Freightliner FLC120 daily out of his home base in Vermont.

1988 Freightliner FLC120The period-correct 110-inch bunk was built by Mik Mak Fabrication in Ontario, Canada. Davis says it is only one of two like it built.

Davis also owns this 53-foot 2012 Great Dane slide and spread, which he uses to haul Cabot Cheese.

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