Thursday, October 27, 2016

My summer vacation - Part 2

Always on the lookout for Autocars and COEs I saw a few of each.

All these A'cars are from the GM era:

 Hard working dumper in Quebec City must be a durable beast.

This well driller has a drop axle, and appears to be in great shape.

 With an added steering axle, this pumper is a veteran.

Some prime COEs:

A rare Mack COE, a 1983 model, runs for Scierie Bois-St-François of St-François-du-Lac and is in pristine condition.

Le ferme Guy Benoit runs Big Bull Attack II, a Kenworth Aerodyne.

And finally, need a tow?

Garage Bertrand of Neuville and its sister company Remorquage Lévis will go anywhere to pick up a tow, and have 8 big trucks to do the job. This Volvo was taking a break hauling a Kenworth.

Closer to home,  Clarke's Towing of Moncton NB runs this well worn KW that looks capable of handling just about any job.


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