A lonely Magirus Deutz 4 x 4 in a Dutch quarry near Brunssum. The rig is owned by a German oldtimer enthusiast. He is participating in many old timer events in Germany and Holland.
DAFs first Super Space Cab became available on the DAF 95 series. The cab was extended and became a new roof. The truck was offered with the well known DAF 11,6 liter in all ratings and a 14 liter Cummins rated at 500 HP.
Nagtegaal with one of its Iveco EurStar reefer combos. Unfortunately the company went bankrupt a number of years ago. A pity, it did own a nice Iveco fleet including older TurboStar units.
A rare Brazilian built Volvo NL12 spotted on a German resting area. The NL12 was very popular in South America. The sold numbers in Europe were small. Only a couple survived and most are now owned by enthusiasts
A streamlined version of the well known Sisu. The small manufacturer from Finland still existst. Nowadays with strong ties with Mercedes. Its previous generation was equipped with Renault cabs. This one is thier last series with an in house built cab.
A Scania R113M Streamline once owned by German road tanker operator Anhalt. The Anhalt fleet is dominated by DAF but the company always kept running a couple of Scanias for comparison.