Welcome, sir! What year and model is it? We need pictures!
Ah, Sarnia. Been there a time or two. Home of that plant that makes oxygen separators for aerospace. I once watched them pull one out of the plant in preparation for its journey to become part of a Shuttle launch tower at the Cape. This was years ago, but at the time it was the largest single item ever moved by truck in one piece in the US. I talked to the driver, and he said it was 17' square and 276' long, and weighed over 300,000 pounds. It took them an hour and a half to get it across the street and turned around for leaving the next morning on its six-week journey to NASA in Florida. It had three dollies on each end (steerable on the back end), and a total of 31 axles on the whole rig. It was an amazing thing to watch. It traveled with 17 support vehicles, not counting law enforcement escorts.