Blast from the past

When Bill Warner Jr. of Circleville, WV, started out in trucking nearly 30 years ago, he did so at the wheel of a Ford LTL 9000. That memory stayed with him for decades, so when the chance came to pick up an old one and restore it, he jumped at it. He displayed the result of his labor at the 2011 Shell Super Rigs event in Kenly, NC. But he doesn't baby this Ford. It's a working truck, like all of

When Bill Warner Jr. of Circleville, WV, started out in trucking nearly 30 years ago, he did so at the wheel of a Ford LTL 9000. That memory stayed with him for decades, so when the chance came to pick up an old one and restore it, he jumped at it. He displayed the result of his labor at the 2011 Shell Super Rigs event in Kenly, NC. But he doesn't baby this Ford. “It's a working truck, like all of my equipment,” Warner told our intrepid reporter.

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