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Shortlines don't have a lot of money to spend, so they need to maximize their investment. Case in point - you start off with the standard GMC 4x4 crew cab, add hi-rail equipment, box for the bed, ditchlights, emergency lamps... and you're ready to hit the rails in style! Sound like a great projects for a TV show like Trucks.

One thing I don't understand though - why bother with the front bumper when you can have this facia instead: http://tinyurl.com/2s224e

PS. You know you railfan CN too much if you recognize a grey 60' high-cube IC boxcar in the back.
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