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    Quote Originally Posted by artsyguy1954
    One of these "babies" for a living, if I was still able bodied (... all 69 tons of it)
    Except mine was a Kenworth, not a Western Star. (Shaun would know what the heck I am talking about.) .
    Indeed! When it comes to haulin sticks off a mountain,i live and die a HAYES MAN!

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    that

    looks fun. Here's my idea of fun! Oh, and incidently both cars I would like to drive daily.

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    used to be my 'work vehicle' ... wish it still was
    "All of us are all too stuck strapped to a chair watching our lives blow up..."

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    Hey Shaun.

    I was looking for that Hayes truck picture high and low on the internet and couldn't find it. Anyway, it all reminds me of my first off-hiway job on Vancouver Island for Weyerhauser. 14 footers front and back, watercooled brakes, V-12 Cummins and and an Allison tranny (8 speed automatic) Mine was an old beat up Pacific. Pretty much the same as a Hayes. Both custom built in Vancouver. I lasted 3 months, then I got homesick for the interior, where the rest of my family lives. Timber is smaller there, of course, so are the trucks, but the money was actually better. Ah, yes, good times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbinny
    used to be my 'work vehicle' ... wish it still was
    I hear ya, man.
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  6. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    Not bad RR, but since we are posting winter images I think I go for this one.


    The M6.
    Leif, this is my dream car as well.
    No one ever became unsuccessful by helping others out

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    Here is another one.
    No one ever became unsuccessful by helping others out

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    Old school is nice as well.
    No one ever became unsuccessful by helping others out

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    Let us not forget the turbo Buick.
    No one ever became unsuccessful by helping others out

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    Those logger trucks almost scared the everything out of me when I drove the Oregon Coast for my 35th birthday. Still not fond of the trucks in this area, especially along the Ocoee River.

    As for old school rides, have had a few. '65 Mustang 2+2 Fastback, a stock Camaro with houndstooth check seats, another old school Camaro w/out the original checked seats.

    As for hot cars, I'm with Leif and Tufelhunden on this one. Major league hot ride.

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