Howard, if I remember correctly, most of the Love's trailers I've seen at the truckstops whenever I would stop there (not really my most favorite chain) were Beall trailers, and Revell AG offered that brand of tank in a kit. As for tractors, they (at the time I came off the road in Oct 2012) were Freightliner Cascadias if I remember correctly.
As for AMT offering the name, since that kit is from the 70's, the only markings will probably be only for the ones AMT has already offered the trailer in, the Amoco, Sunoco, Texaco, and Gulf, if I remember them all correctly. Why spend money on new licenses when they probably still have those.
Johnny, much has changed since the 70's!! Yes, most of the truck stops still have local distributors bringing in their fuel, but for some reason Pilot/Flying J and Loves do run their own trucks.
And I just noticed in that pic my memory is pretty darn good, it's a Beall tanker!!
Here's ones just for fun of a Flying J and Pilot tanker too, and I noticed the J tank is a Beall too.
EDIT: By the way, all of the trailers I remember seeing ran supersingles in all tire positions, including on the tractor.
Edited by highway, 25 March 2013 - 05:45 PM.