A nice 4 x 4 Henschel tipper taking part of the 2018 Kippertreff in quarry Davids in Geilenkirchen. The small Henschel was very popular because of its reliability and maybe by its good looks. The two-tone livery is typical for German tippers.
Rally's with oldtimer trucks are very popular in Holland. Cert5inaly in the summer months you can visit every weekend one somewhere in the countryside. This picture s showing a Magirus Deutz 4 x 4 in more or less original condition.
A good-looking Swedish R143 Streamline prime mover. The rig is a local converted 6 x 4 chassis. The Scania is powered by th3e well known 14 litres V8 rated at 500 HP. Its gearbox is a manual 12-speed full synchromesh box.
Gebr. Van Der Windt kept one of his original R143 |S|treamline tractors running. Its used on regular basis doing container transport in the Rotterdam docks. The rig is in pretty good shape, its livery is nice and timeless for a truck like this.
DVJ sold its transport to PAX Bouw en Industrie Service and continued as a construction company. Unfortunately, this has come to an end. A pity the company has an interesting history. This Scania came through a buy out of Reen Transport in Sneek.
A V8 Cummins powered Krupp 6 x 4 tipper. The daycabGerman built truck is an excellent restored condition. The tipper body is matching perfectly with the chassis. Clearly visible are the spoked wheels, a feature often seen in the fifties and sixties.