DTNA's David Hames
A Freightliner 114SD built for railway company Canadian Pacific: the crane/stake body configuration is designed for the construction and rebuilding of railroad tracks.
Dubbed "black beauty," this 114SD model is designed to carry drywall for housing construction.
The rear packer 106M2 features a set-back front axle for better turning radius.
A 108SD upfitted as a fuel hauler
A Detroit DD13 engine in the foreground with a Cummins ISL 9 in the background.
An M2 112 model street sweeper powered by CNG. The 330-hp Cummins ISL G is fueled by CNG stored in cylinders stacked vertically in the metal 'box' behind the truck's cab.
Freightliner Trucks brought a number of its products to the National Truck Equipment Association's 2013 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis to help kick off its new 'Frameworks' program for truck equipment manufacturers (TEMs).
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