An Italian Fiat step deck combo is heading for the Mont Blanc tunnel. The Fiat is running on the typical spoke wheels as most older Italian trucks did. The FIat cab was based on an OM design, the engine was a 6-inline or a V8.
A nice German registered Mercedes oldie. The typical fifties drawbar combo is in an excellent condition. Luckily the owner decided to go for canvas covers. An oldtimer with modern plastic covers is simply not done.
Danish haulier Jan Hedegaard did own this good-looking MAN F2000 EVO tractor. The Van Hool road tanker its pulling was owned by Nielsen & Sørensen. The MAN is equipped with the high roof cab version. It was very popular among drivers and operators.
A bonneted Scania L series followed by an also bonneted Volvo rigid. Both were taking part of an oldtimer run in the province Friesland in the northern part of Holland. The Scania is hooked to a period matching semi-trailer.
This nicely restored Terberg tipper was active on the 2018 edition of the Geilenkirchen Kippertreff. The DAF powered 6 x 6 was performing just fine all day long. The number of surviving Terberg tippers of this type is very limited.
The DAF 45 was based on a Leyland design. It was very popular in the UK, in Holland it was far less popular, however. The take over of the Leyland group by DAF did lead to the bankruptcy of the Dutch manufacturer. After a restart, it was purchased by Paccar.