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My grandfather, Michael Baker's first International hay truck. This was a truck from the late 70's, and it originally had 2 axles in total, but he added an air donkey in the back. He has many great stories about his old hay trucks. An SGT Mack Vision at the scale at the Montreal Flying J taken in 2003 Peterbilt 379 taken at the Flying J in Montreal taken in 2003
Kenworth T-600 about a 97' or a 98' rolling off an exit ramp in Montreal hauling dry van for CFI transport, photo taken in 2004 Kenworth K100 parked at the Flying J in Montreal. I always get exited when I see a cabover. Picture taken in 2003 John Allen's 1984 Peterbilt 359. Everything is original in the truck, exept for the lights. He originally had square lights, but the insides rotted so he tried round ones. I have more pictures of this truck in my collection and it is amazing because it has 1,600,000 miles on it! and it still goes great! John hauls flatbead around North America Photo taken in Richmond, Quebec. Photo taken in 2003.
Volvo parked in Montreal, photo taken in 2004


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