Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Long Hauler



I don't know much about this. It appears to be a rig that hauls equipment trailers - perhaps for entertainment figures or convention planners. Note it has New York license plates. Before we left, we saw a middle-aged man and woman climb into the cab. It was quite impressive in terms of size and I've not seen anything quite like it.

17 comments:

William Kendall said...

I can't recall seeing one like that before.

RedPat said...

Looks powerful!

Andy said...

Pretty snazzy.

Michelle said...

Interesting....maybe a car hauler? Thinking that with the race flag type detail on the side.

Lois said...

It's a first for me too! Looks like they have plenty of room in the back of that cab.

Linda said...

I have never seen anything like this before either, Lowell! Thanks for sharing!

Halcyon said...

It looks funny without the trailer!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma bela máquina.
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Livros-Autografados

Marleen said...

It looks futuristic.

Shammickite said...

Interesting piece of equipment, and probably costs a fortune!

stardust said...

How cool! I haven’t seen like this in Japan. It is so impressive in terms of size as well as form and colors.

Yoko

Karl Demetz said...

Funny, futuristic, poweful... never seen such a car before.

Sharon Anck said...

Clearly whatever it is they do, it's profitable. That is an impressive piece of equipment.

Gunn said...

Well, I have not seen it here either. Quite impressive and too big for me to drive.

Kay said...

That's a fifth wheel tractor on steroids! I wonder if it pulls horse trailers. It's certainly got room enough to take along some crew, too.

Taken For Granted said...

Perhaps this is a tractor to haul a large RV. Interesting truck.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We saw a couple getting into a tall truck like that recently, both needed a step ladder to make it. That's crazy!

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