P.C Holm Pedersen with a typical Dahnis reefer combo in the mid-eighties at Padborg (DK). The Danish company owned a Volvo dominated fleet for its international transport activities. Later it started also buying Renault Magnums, most of those unfortunately in plain white.
A nice original Leyland car transporter at a Landrover workshop in souther4 Germany. The completely original Leyland is still in use too! Colours and styling of the livery are kept in line with what is used in the UK. A pity it was parked awful, the result a disappointing shot.
The Aosta customs area at the end of the eighties. A Belgian registered Volvo F16 hooked to a three axled reefer semi is waiting to get clearance. This was a time-consuming activity in Italy, "domani" (tomorrow) was an often used word of the involved officers.
A very nicely restored tag axled Scania LBS76 with matching step deck semi trailer. The combo is owned by Dutch haulier and oldtimer enthusiast Lewiszong. Though the LB76 was only in production for a short period it's having a legedary status among Scania enthusiasts.
An extremely nice Büssing 38-ton drawbar combo! The rig was taking part in an oldtimer truck event in northern Germany. Büssing was known for its underfloor engines, MAN continued it for quite a while after it took over Büssing.
This 6 x 4 Volvo FL12 was once owned by Dutch trailer manufacturer Nooteboom. The Swede is hooked to an early example of a wing carrier. This shot was made at the annual Mack & Special transport day when it was being held in Utrecht.