Thursday, October 4, 2012

I've Found Some More !

Going through my albums from the beginning, I've discovered more photos that I haven't published. Some may be trucks that I've shown before in a different location or from another angle so bear with me.
A new 8 wheeler Mercedes Benz for Hyslop Blair Transport of Dunedin in the lower South Island is displayed at Palmerston North in the North Island..

Isuzu CXZ.

1984 Kenworth W924AR of TD Haulage heads north from Masterton. Normally carrying wood chips, but notice the trailer is covered: not the truck.

My wife gets to carry my camera bag again while I clamber to a better photographic location....oh there is an '84 Mitsubishi in the photo as well.

New Leylands on display.

The driver has just pulled all the curtains tight and heads back to the cab of Produce Freighters White Road Boss.
As this is taken in the yard of Beder Bros wool merchants, I would suspect the load is baled wool.

International T2670 ofModern Movers unloads rolls of carpet at Masterton's Carpet Mart.

1978 Kenworth K125CR awaiting preparation for re-sale. Turner's and Grower's signage has already been removed.

 Nissan logger of Geyserland Transport from Rotorua, lit up by flash in Masterton's early evening. 

1984 Mitsubishi FV415 of Southward Engineering outside their premises in Seaview, Lower Hutt. Southwards at this time were a large manufaturer of exhaust systems for locally assembled cars. Founder, the late Sir Len Southward had a collection of motor vehicle just next door. Which grew very large and is now housed in a purpose built museum on the Kapiti Coast.

8 wheeler Mack FR700 unloads at Woolworth's Supermarket in Masterton.

1984 Mitsubishi of South Waikato Transport with rear steer trailer at Brian Hansen's yard in Bentley Street Masterton. Note the green car stacked on top at the rear of the trailer. Brian Hansen with his back to camera.

Max has sent a few more, shot from his front porch whilst having lunch.
A Volvo Globetrotter of Roadstar, with big curtainsider, gets the mail through.

An Emmerson's Transport Kenworth.

A slighty blurry (Max might have been trying to drink his coffee at the same time) Mack with a B-train of the octane rated liquid.

Grain hauling Mack of Regal Haulage.

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