|As I mentioned in a previous post, Macks aren't usually seen doing highway hauling in the U.S.|
More likely to be seen as tipper or mixer.
|Two black Kenworths unload as a Seagrave fire appliance makes its way between.|
|Bonneted delivery trucks appear to be the norm.|
This one an International.
|Bonneted Hino , not seen at all in our part of the world.|
|Lightweight Kenworth beer semi, about to cross Madison Ave on E 32nd Street.|
|Another bonneted International makes a delivery.|
|Freightliner Cascadia with low loader brings in machinery, |
probably for the huge amount of construction going on in New York.
|Another Mack mixer, on a construction site.|
|Older short bonneted truck, looks to be wearing the Ford blue oval as it passes a UD, which appears much more like the delivery trucks we are used to here, apart from the ugly protective bar on the front, made of water pipe.|
|Mack stopped producing the DM (with offset cab) in 2005, but here's one still working.|
|A closer view of one of the Kenworths shown previously.|