Best KW in Show

Who Had the Best KW

BJ's K-100 Aerodyne
2
33%
Snowman's 1974 Kenworth W-900
4
67%
Sonny's 1974 Kenworth W-950
0
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Total votes: 6
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Kevin Keith wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 6:48 pm
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Mon Jun 15, 2020 6:25 pm
Unfortunately I cannot participate in the poll since my choice would be offensive to my employer. Lol

@Bruyere_Royale dude, an International, really? That hurts my heart that you’ve fallen so low. 😂
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I definitely would drive that with pride👍
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I am an Autocar man myself 😁
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For HH
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And here I thought this thread was about KayWoodies...:D
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I am an Autocar man myself 😁
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Autocar's are bad ass. There is a heavy transport company by one of my stops that has a slew of autocar trucks all over their property almost like a museum. I'll snap a few pics next time I'm there.
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Bruyere_Royale wrote:
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Ronv69 wrote:
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I am an Autocar man myself 😁
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Autocar's are bad ass. There is a heavy transport company by one of my stops that has a slew of autocar trucks all over their property almost like a museum. I'll snap a few pics next time I'm there.
Yay, pics!
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FLD Classic 132XL - last of the real (analog) trucks. After that it’s computer controlled.

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FLD Classic 132XL - last of the real (analog) trucks. After that it’s computer controlled.

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The 1980's early 90 FDL 120's are sweet too!
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Bruyere_Royale wrote:
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FLD Classic 132XL - last of the real (analog) trucks. After that it’s computer controlled.

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The 1980's early 90 FDL 120's are sweet too!
Oh yes, any of the FLDs are tops. You can do an in frame without much ado.
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Truth of the matter is I’d drive any of the trucks in these pics. I dig cab overs. I hate side fairings. I had a bad experience adjusting the the clutch late one night on a creeper. I shimmied under from the rear, got crossed up and stuck under the truck and somehow got panicked. My partner, JaeBird, had to fish me out from top side pushing me back out. Only time it ever happened. Getting panicked, not getting stuck and I was a smaller fellow in those days. Lol.
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