|F & M Misa's "Black Velvet"was painted in gloss black with lots of chrome and polished aluminium. It is a 1988 MHS686RST towing a three axle self-steering refrigerated semi-trailer carrying dairy products for Anchor Foods.|
|Another Mack Ultra-Liner coupled to a tri-axle curtain-side in Johnson and Johnson livery.|
|A "Touch of Paradise" has a nice clean face, without the addition of a bull-bar.|
|This Foden with high top sleeper is towing a trailer containing a civil defence display. Note the generator to power the display sitting behind the cab.|
|Fairground equipment is the load behind this 1967 International F210D with Detroit power.|
|This 1988 International Transtar F4670, with extra axle in front of the drivers, was operated by Tony Pye of Carterton.|
I believe Tony still operates loggers, but now in the Mount Maunganui area.
|Cramming as many cars as possible into the legal length limit has never been a priority in NZ, so it is quite rare to see a car hauler like this 1988 Scania P112 of Car Haulaways, loaded with 10 vehicles.|
|Roach Transport of Mount Maunganui operated this Fiat 1735 with twin-steer conversion, to carry pre-assembled trusses and other components for building houses.|
|Mogal Heavy Haul's Mercedes Benz 2235 (22 tonnes 350hp) would have been considered a high powered truck in 1988 when it was built.|
|Ford Cargos only came to NZ in small numbers, as Ford dealers began supplying re-badged Hinos after the production of the D series ended.|
This light weight unit of Warren McKellar, looks as if it was probably used to transport a race or rally car.