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I see them stop in at a truck yard just west of Talbotville that i pass 2x a day to and from work. Judging by how many tractor loads go by the economy will come back soon if they are all selingl. Last year it was Challengers by the load.
The laws of physics are like any rules. Made to be broken.
I saw the same truck on Saturday on the way to Detroit, I'm pretty sure I saw this somewhere between Guelph and London. I took pics too, but they're still on my cam in my glovebox.
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