|6 wheeler Mack Granite high-sided tipper in the early morning gloom on W20th Street..|
|Single drive Sterling with single axle semi trailer doing downtown deliveries.|
I believe SYSCO is some kind of food market.
|Peterbilt water tanker working on mid city road works.|
a much lighter model than the Petes we see in NZ.
|Mid weight Ford with trailer for small roller or maybe that small digger in the background.|
Plastic grille dates it as being a 1990s model.
|Slightly heavier model Ford with the same cab as the previous model, but the split grille comes from the 80s.|
Ford truck division became Sterling, as part of Daimler Benz in 1997.
Daimler ceased using the Sterling name around 2010.
|Wheaton and Superior moving and storage appear to prefer products from the Navistar International stable.|
|Here is a closer view of the same trucks. A single drive, closest to camera and an older tandem drive behind.|
|Loooonnnng wheelbase heavy duty tow truck with sleeper box.|
A bit far away, but a Peterbilt, I think.
|Most delivery trucks appear to be conventionals, whereas we prefer cab overs in NZ.|
This is another International.