This casting was introduced in 1998 as part of the Long Haulers series, and continued to be used in the Pavement Pounders series. The name "Short Nose Day Cab Truck" is unofficial, as none of the transporter castings from these series were named. It is modeled after a modern streamlined semi-truck, often called "short nose" trucks in contrast to the older long nose trucks. The truck tows an open frame trailer reminiscent of a car hauler. There is space in the trailer for one car, and the rear opens up to form a ramp. The cab can be disconnected from the trailer. This is the only casting to have ever used STAR wheels.
|Year||Toy #||Transporter Color||Transporter Tampo||Transporter Base Color / Type||Transporter Wheel Type||Photo||Bonus Vehicle||Bonus Vehicle Color||Bonus Vehicle Tampo||Bonus Vehicle Base Color / Type||Bonus Vehicle Wheel Type||Country||Bonus Vehicle Photo||Notes / Variations|
|1999||Green Cab, Yellow Trailer||"Supercycle Hot Rod Bike Shop"||Chrome/Black / Plastic||Scorchin' Scooter||Dark Green||Chrome / Metal||MC3|
|2000||89850||Blue Cab, Black Trailer||Checkerboard and Numbers Graphic||Chrome/Red / Plastic||STAR||'59 Caddy||Blue||Checkerboard||Chrome / Plastic||LW||China|
|2000||89850||Green Cab, Yellow Trailer||"Bilstein"||Chrome/Black / Plastic||STAR||'80s Camaro||Black||Blue and Green||Unpainted / Metal||3SP||China|