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    Tyquinns Magnificent 379 Legacy Peterbilt of Sunbury seen here at Trailer Truck Show Melb 2008 ( 1,000 Legacys made this is number 893 Info by Pappa 11Thanks )

    KW kid, etruck, Class 8 Photography, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. quarterdeck888 59 months ago | reply

      Craig... Thats the same spot that Freestones Peterbuilt was parked in This years show !

    2. Roses&Rails Photography [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

      'Prit near as red as my Autocar.

    3. pappa11 59 months ago | reply

      Magnificent

    4. ESPEDGE 59 months ago | reply

      When I first glanced at it I though the structure in the background was park of some towing or crane gear of the back of the very nice Pete. LOL. Nice shot of a great rig, thanks mate.

    5. secret squirrel6 59 months ago | reply

      Thanks DougAppreciate that=Thats right Russell i might post a shot of that Pete tomorrow if you want It must be Pete corner i glad though only the best on that spot =Thanks Debbie yeah its a great Colour nice and bright and comes up really well after a clean=Thanks Pappa i know you would love it sweet pete dreams to you bro=Thanks Gary yeah i can understand you thinking that however at the top of that structure is a meat pie LOL will show a shot of it tomorrow mate it might make more sense it sure is a classic it now tows a Quad axle bin trailer Thanks Everyone for kind words their

    6. secret squirrel6 59 months ago | reply

      Thanks Gloria yeah a mighty Peterbilt

    7. 11BThunderbird 59 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture!! seen in:
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    8. jimbav 57 months ago | reply

      I saw this great pic on:


      Please tag your image "All types of transport"
      Thank you

    9. secret squirrel6 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks Jimbav very apprecited mate

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