1. A 1948-50 era F-5 COE cab has migrated to a newer chassis, complete with tilt? deck and sleeper. The set back axle must make for some interesting bus-like turns, but a nice rig nonetheless.
2. The Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal keeps its Ford Louisville's running. This one saw duty in plow service, but has now been reconfigured as a liquid calcium chloride spreader so that we can spread dust suppressing salt in summer. (Coupled with our fondness for de-icing salt in the winter, we are year round salters!) This one works out of the West Chezzetcook plow garage (which to my mind is actually in Porter's Lake.)