A user at boardgamegeek.com recently asked for help identifying a game he played as a kid in the early '80s. Usually BGG is able to quickly provide an answer for these types of queries, but his question still remains unanswered after a week. I got permission from that user to post his question here, in the hopes that broader exposure might get him the answer he's looking for.
Here's his question:
Title: Can anyone help me find the name of this trucking board game I played back in the 80's?
I don't remember many details but I do remember the playing pieces had a rubber bottom, kind of like you'd put in the top of a bottle, and there was a truck piece of some sort on top of that. There were cards you'd draw which would determine what your mission was. It would give you the place you had to go to pick up your cargo and when and where it had to be delivered. I remember oranges...you'd have to get them to their destination in time before they spoiled. I played this a lot with my sister when we were kids but for the life of me I cannot find it. I remember the name as "Keep on Truckin'" but web searches for that don't match the game I remember.
Can ANYONE help me out please?
Here's a list of possible answers that have been rejected:
Keep on Truckin' America
Game of the States
Big Rig 18 Wheeler