If there was an overflow alarm on this website that went off when dump truck photos reached a certain level it would be going off right about…now. Buzzers, lights, sirens, signal flares. We have reached capacity! The time has come for a little spring cleaning.
To start we have the best name for any paving company, Remington Seal. A real, oh I see what you did there, moment.
Spotted at the local heavy duty spring repair shop was this older Freightliner FLC of Sherman Vincent Associates.
The Burger King down the street from my house is undergoing a complete remodel that includes both the restaurant and the grounds. The contractor working on the parking lot has a variety of older model dump trucks in use including this Sterling that looks to be ex-PennDOT in nature. It works out with the Larben International S2500 seen in the gallery below and a Freightliner Medium Duty Conventional. Seriously, that is the model name. Google it.
Also in the gallery below is a ProStar for Barnes and Cone, a GMC C7500 for Dekatherm that has limited days left based on the new trucks arriving at Kenworth of Buffalo for this company, a nice looking Hanson Heidleberg Cement Group Freightliner, City of Syracuse DuraStar, a Volvo WG for a local landscape company and a International 4300 of Barrett Paving.