Hos is the same yet you could haul MORE and be more maneuverableWhen I researched expediting I considered a Freightliner Argosy and a 28' pup. Two more floor spots than a 40' straight truck. Somewhat shorter overall length than a 40'. Much better turning radius and maneuverability than a 40'. Several tons higher load capacity than a 40'. Couldn't get traction with carriers though. So I went with a 40' straight truck.
Not really because you can choose which tractor to buy and use vs build a straight truck to fill the need.Higher cost per mile.
I saw a red one like this years ago and it looked sharp.Thank you. It was too much truck to be stretched, but it was sure fun to drive! 400 gallon fuel capacity, 6nz C15 Cat, 44,000# rears, 18,000# front, it was way overkill. Definitely a triple digit truck. My close passed away friend did a stretch job on the east international flat floor cabover ..it was really set up sweet...View attachment 21535