Thursday, July 2, 2015

Paccars and colour schemes

With so many trucks delivered in factory white these days, it is a pleasure to see trucks carrying custom or company paint schemes. Paccar's Peterbilts and Kenworths tend to be built to order, and special paint jobs go with the territory. Some recent examples.

 Well painted KW is enjoying a second career hauling excavators. (New Minas, NS.)

 British racing green and white makes a slick look for this Pete, especially with some gold trim.. (Woodstock, NB)

Bigfreight from Steinbach, MB has landed in Atlantic Canada recently with their standout swoops. (Woodstock, NB)

 Single colour KWs at the dealer in Dieppe, NB, look uninteresting...

next to one with some nice detailing, particularly with the classic long hood variant.

Pete low cab forward fueler at the Colbrook, NS delaer is likely destined for CFB Greenwood. Note it is carrying Tremcar mudflaps.
According to the Tremcar website, they are building 26 of these fuelers for the Department of National Defence. The trucks are assembled at their London, ON plant.


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