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Custom Freightliner

Freightliner Trucks

What other trucking company can boast a vehicle on permanent display in the Smithsonian? Freightliner Trucks (child company of Daimler Trucks North America) not only has one of their first vehicles on display, they are largely responsible for creating the higher powered trucks that traverse the Western United States. The company was officially created in […]

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Nissan Titan XD Cummins

Nissan Titan XD Cummins diesel rig

SEMA, or the Specialty Equipment Market Association, is an automotive event held every year in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Its purpose is to showcase the newest and most  out-of-the-box vehicles on the market each year. And this Nissan 2016 truck/camper/rig is one of the most unique vehicles that has ever […]

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Think you could build one of these?

Think you could build one of these?

Wondering if you can build a teardrop camper? There are many reasons why you think you could. People from all walks of life are doing it and there is no reason why, with the right instructions and materials, that you couldn’t build your very own custom teardrop camper. The internet is full of those who […]

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Nauti-Craft

Nauti-Craft

We have all heard of vehicles with strange technological names, but for many, the Nauti-Craft is new. These words describe Marine technology suspension. The Nauti-Craft technology works by separating the vessels’ hulls from the deck by using, what is called, a passive reactive interlinked hydraulic system. This system allows for a more comfortable ride, along […]

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Euclid Trucks: Once First, Still One of the Biggest

The Euclid Company of Ohio was in operation between the 1920’s and the 1950’s. It later became part of General Motors, and later acquired by the Hitachi Construction Company. Euclid Trucks produced heavy equipment for places like mines and quarries, specializing in dump trucks and scrapers that were made to move earth in large quantities […]

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The Marmon Truck Premium

The Marmon Motor Company has ties to several Marmon brands from the span of the late 19th century to the 20th century. Though there is no direct link between them except the name and product, the Marmon Motor Car Company (which produced luxurious cars such as the legendary Marmon 16), Marmon-Herrington (which began by producing […]

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Caterpillar, A Surprise Decision from an Industry Giant

Last year, Caterpillar shocked the heavy equipment world by announcing their retirement from the game, even though a year previously in 2015, they had committed to building their own trucks. The CT660, CT680, and CT681 will no longer be produced, though there will be support for those vehicles already being used. The vehicles, sold only […]

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A Classic, Never Forgotten: Brockway Motor Company

Brockway Motor Company, originally the Brockway Carriage Works, began producing vehicles in 1875 in Cortland, New York. It passed from father William Brockway to his son George Brockway, who shepherded the company through the change from building carriages to trucks in 1912. Though the Brockway Motor Company became part of Mack Trucks Inc. in the […]

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