Saturday, December 17, 2011

Let's Look at Trucks Again.

Luciano Giacon's Mainfreight liveried Mack CH has an extension to the back and top of the cab; clearly seen in this picture taken at Pak 'n ' Save supermarket in Petone.

A Peterbilt logger on the road near Rotorua. This shot was snapped from the passenger seat while my wife was driving.
A 1995 model 378.

In a similar area to the above picture is this Total Transport 1998 Sterling with sheeted load.

J.R.Dougherty (more commonly known as Bobby D) operates the Mainfreight base in Masterton. His EC14 powered 1996 ERF is painted in the Mainfreight pattern, but in green instead of the more familiar blue with the livery of Hansell's.
Hansell's Group Ltd is a Masterton based food product manufacturer. Although this photo was snapped in 2004, Bobby still operates this same ERF and still in the same immaculate condition doing a daily run between Masterton and  Wellington.

Also snapped in 2004 was this Freightliner with large integral sleeper.

A big red Brownrigg rig!
2003 volvo FH12

Parked near the boat launching ramp at Lowry Bay is this big Freightliner cab-over.
By the look of the asphalt, it's where the local boy-racers spin their wheels.

The main street of Taupo is the setting for this 2003 Freightliner Argosy of JP Trucking. Unusually the trucks in this fleet were all painted in a variety of bright colours and individual liveries.

Carter Holt Harvey is well known in the logging and timber industry in New Zealand. This 1995 Volvo FH12 420 with curtains is probably carting wallboard or other similar building product.

On one occassion when Premier Bacon's Hino was being serviced, they used this 1996 Western Star 3864s.

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