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  1. Who has the oldest truck still working - TruckersReport

    I was wondering who has the oldest truck here that is still on the road working. Picturs would be great. Has the fuel mpg increasted over the years with all the ...
  2. Oldest trucks on the road - TruckersReport

    What is the oldest working truck you see or know of on the road?? I know of a guy in iowa that runs a 1979 A model kenworth with a bigcam cummins with twin turbos and ...
  3. trucks world news: TRUCKER'S STORY * USA - The oldest ...

    Today's truck cabs look to Rocha like the inside of an ... said he believes that Rocha is the oldest commercial truck driver on the road in ...
  4. Oldest Truck still on the road - Nissan Forum

    Okay who has the oldest Nissan truck still on the road? Wonder if my 1986 1/2 (half year, first hardbody) is anywhere close?
  5. Old Trucks Are Fun

    Old Trucks Are Fun. ... Old Time Trucks® magazine focuses primarily on heavy duty, over the road, classic trucks made in North America.
  6. The Best 4x4 Trucks On Earth - 4Wheel & Off-Road Magazine

    Whoaaa...that's a big claim. The Best 4x4 Trucks on Earth? How about best ones this year? No...we already do that. Yeah, OK, guess I gotta take a stance, as this is ...
  7. who builds the most Dependable Longest Lasting truck on the road

    ... I see a BUNCH more older neglected Ford trucks on the road than GMs. ... Chevy made some pretty tough old trucks in the late 70's early 80's also though.
  8. Who is the oldest truck driver? | ChaCha

    Who is the oldest truck driver? ChaCha Answer: At 90, Joe Rocha, ... is believed to be the oldest currently employed and on the road driver!
  9. Average age of U.S. car, light truck on road hits record 11.4 ...

    The average age of all light vehicles on the road now stands at a ... fleet was an average 9.8 years old, ... average age of light trucks has increased ...
  10. OTT Magazine - Old Time Trucks

    Start reading Old Time Trucks ... Trucks on the Road, by Ronald G. Adams. Lane Transportation, by William J. Wright. Where’s the Fire? by Jim Semon.