Freightliner Trucks (WIP)

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#301 Post by CobySanderson » 13 May 2020 17:18

Can't wait for the FLC!
When a man lies he murders some part of the world
These are the pale deaths which men miscall their lives
All this I cannot bear to witness any longer
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#302 Post by anton1970 » 13 May 2020 19:49

Only patience and humble waiting.🙂

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#303 Post by poozykrem » 13 May 2020 19:54

I hope FLC comes before Idaho DLC, can't wait! :D

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#304 Post by Trucker_71 » 13 May 2020 20:06

Sorry, all you can do is wait. :o
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#305 Post by ahmedallam » 13 May 2020 23:20

i Can't wait fow flc

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#306 Post by fortune1524 » 14 May 2020 01:10

we have a 1986 flc flattop with a 240" wheel base, and looking back at the pictures, you are pretty spot on with everything! nice job!

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#307 Post by Freeze338 » 14 May 2020 07:09

Tbh I do care Century more than FLC.

Yea unlike the most of them, I hate old trucks.

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#308 Post by thelandcruzer » 14 May 2020 07:25

Larry71490 wrote:
24 Apr 2020 13:37
@O.Doyle Those steering wheels were not an option for the FLC.
I am sorry you're wrong. I drove a 1988 FLC120 w/set-back front axle and a rare (for the model w/sbfa ; I only saw one other a 1987) 60 inch walk-in bunk. It had a Cummins Formula (set at 400hp), Eaton Roadranger 13 speed and Eaton rear end. ( I wonder if I could still get it to restore. ) It had the standard Freightliner steering wheel. So the second picture is right for a truck of the late 80's. Also the guy I drove for had some newer FLC's glider kits that also had the some wheel. Your thinking only of the late 70's early 80's model years. ( I not only drove the trucks but I also repaired them !!!! )

@XBS : I just came across your fine work. Your Century takes me back. I drove a 1998 Century 120 condo in 1999 & 2000. Then in 2005 I helped restore a fleet of them. ( maybe one of those Russian trucks was one I restored. Most went to South America. )

A little history lesson: The Century was supposed to be an Owner/Operator truck. Then companies like JB Hunt and Schneider ordered a large number of them. This turning them into fleet trucks. ( Same with the Argosy. )
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#309 Post by yeshua_transport17 » 17 May 2020 06:06

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#310 Post by jackpeterbilt » 20 May 2020 17:28

I know the white frieghtliner wfc 120 ran a 6v92 or a 71

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