This happens every year. I sit on some snow plows photos and then springs rolls around and I’m stuck with trucks that I just have to post. Time sure does fly when you’re having fun. Up first is this lineup of NYS Thruway rigs. This photo contains a mix of new and old trucks. The old Internationals have had their NYSTA logos removed in preparation for auction. The second Western Star in from the left is one of the low boy units.
Passing through the Town of Parish last week I was saw this old International 2574. For those that want to know the Town of Parish garage sits right outside a branch of the Oswego County Highway Department. Plenty of cool stuff was there to be seen but don’t look for it here. 🙂
The Village of North Syracuse is surplussing their 1988 International Paystar 5000. A Cummins LT A10 is under the hood along with a 6 speeds trans. Working together these two helped the truck reach 48691 miles in 3981 hours. Auction notes list the body as poor with many areas of rust and rot. You can check out the Auctions International listing by clicking here. Monroe spreader to be sold in a separate auction.
In the gallery below we have a Western Star for Saratoga County, a Sterling for the Town of Solon, A WorkStar for the Town of Volney, and a beefy looking Western Star from Frankfort, NY.