Sunday, September 30, 2012

More of Max's Mighty Motoring Memories

Here's a few more pics from Max's dads days with Wycherleys.
An International loaded with a launch and with what appears to be an horrendous overhang.

The Morris Commercial loaded with wool.

A shot of the Commer Superpoise loading fert into the Tiger Moth.

And a close-up.

This Chevy of about 1942 vintage was snapped at Kopataroa near Levin... was this Kenworth tipper...

...and this line of interesting vehicles, including a couple of Mercedes-Benzes, a Willys Jeep, several Internationals,
a B series Mack and two Bedfords with extended cabs.

From the front porch Max has snapped a couple of modern rigs. Eight axles of R model Scania with trailer hauling dry goods for AF Logistics who carry supplies for the Foodstuffs group which owns the Pak'n Save and New World supermarket chains, amongst others.

Another eight axles, but this time in a different configuration, of Mack and semi-trailer of Provincial hauling under the Linfox name which carries the goods for  Progessive Enterprises; owners of Woolworths and Countdown supermarkets.

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