Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, R.D. Trucking was Martin "Rubber Duck" Penwald's owner/operator trucking business. This is a variation on the original artwork as seen on Rubber Duck's black Mack RS-712LST in the legendary 1978 film, Convoy.
Tags: diesel, truck, mack, new-mexico, albuquerque
Set in the fictional city of Terminus, Georgia (which is named after the former name for Atlanta), Body Bags follows the contract-killing exploits of a Hispanic father & daughter team of "body baggers" (assassins) Mack Delgado (aka "Clownface"), a knife-wielding veteran of the business, and his overzealous and overly-voluptuous teenage daughter, Panda. Many of their assignments come from the series' only other recurring character, Sheriff Toni Sinn. Despite the arguing that goes on between teenager Panda and father Mack, Mack is still very protective while Panda constantly fights for her father's respect and permission to set out on jobs with her father and his longtime body-bagging partner, Pops.
Tags: comics, jason-pearson, mack-delgado
Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, R.D. Trucking was Martin "Rubber Duck" Penwald's owner/operator trucking business. This is a variation on the original artwork as seen on Rubber Duck's black Mack RS-712LST in the legendary 1978 film, Convoy. This version of the R.D. Trucking Custom shirt features a nice vintage look with subtle fading, cracking and chips to make it look like it's been waded up in the back of a sleeper cab since the 70s.
Tags: rubber-duck, diesel, truck, mack, new-mexico
Southern Express Co. was a trucking company seen in a few episodes of The Dukes of Hazzard and this design is based on that fictional brand. Aside from an embellished version of the original logo, it includes an authentic vintage treatment to give it a well worn look.
Tags: southern, retro, vintage, atl, truck-driving