Six wide color line truck with a regular type cab that has the sleeper widened to six studs and a cab-over-engine style tractor that is six studs wide for the whole cab, matching the width of the trailer as in real life
Six wide containers and trailer, modified from the color line truck set
On the left, a cab-over-engine semi tractor and on the right a conventional semi tractor, both using the same hitch system and color scheme of the original Color Line truck set
Side by side comparison of the two different versions of the cabs
Standard 2148 road show truck that has had the sleeper stretched by 2 studs, also has a custom built trailer with suspension
Over the road, conventional, large sleeper, big engine tractor
A conventional tractor, trying some stripe patterns
Different cab designs and a red nosed 3442, instead of the black hood
Standard 2148 with a flat bed trailer
Set number 6335 with the trailer being the same as originally designed but the tractor has been converted to cab-over, six wide
On the left, a lowboy trailer. On the right, a 3442 with a typical trailer style that I use.
The same 2148 from above with a different trailer
A different color scheme this time
A Conventional slope nose tractor with a short trailer. Picture on the right shows the dolly for use when pulling multiple trailers.
Two different tractors, on the right a cab over engine and on the left is a conventional (engine forward) unit. Neither truck has a sleeper compartment. Mainly for short haul usage.
A short, single axle trailer with a regular six wide cab, shows a different attempt at exhaust stacks as I was out of the chrome exhausts.
Short trailers being towed in tandem and triple
Tandem flat trailers with loads, single and dual axle versions