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The Smiths Biggest Production Peterbilt Rolling


As one might expect, if you're going to live in a truck, it should be a fairly remarkable ride. This Peterbilt is "impressive," as it brings a lot to the table to love. The machine is a lot to take in from the outside. Rather than a standard semi truck, the huge cab lends another layer to the machine's vast size as it drives down highways across the country.
Down below, we get the whole tour and hear from the Smiths themselves as they explain what went into the thinking process of putting up such a rig. When a computer is going to be your home, it's something you're going to want to think about carefully. With this magnificent transporter, we see that notion in spades.
After we've had time to take in all of the yellow and chrome on the outside, we'll get a tour of the interior. This is where things start to get very spectacular, as we find living quarters that would suit almost anyone. Inside, we discover everything from utilities such as a kitchen and a shower to entertainment and various comfort elements that will make this place seem like home on the road.

I periodically see extended tractors of this type on the road, almost often towing trailers for moving businesses (Mayflower is one I recall), and it amazes me how the drivers can navigate these monstrosities.
It's mind-boggling to think that this truck had to have cost the Smiths well over a half-million dollars when new.
Please comprehend the cargo they are transporting before making foolish comments. They transport airplane engines from airport to airport and never back into tight situations. This vehicle is ideal for what they intend to use it for. If you paid attention, they indicated they work for 8 to 9 months and then take the winter off. This style of hauling is not for everyone, but it is ideal for those who enjoy it. This is an ideal career for husband and wife couples.


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