|Max took these at a truck gathering. I'm not sure where as I can't seem to find the original e-mail.|
I can see a TK Bedford, the Allen Mills & Son KenworthW924 and a selection from the Buckeridge fleet.
|MAN 4x4 of Farmers Transport, Gleeson's Mercedes LP1319 and Ford V8, an LAD cabbed Dodge, Commer Superpoise and a couple of Commers from Murphy's Transport and Hargreaves.|
|An International and a Model T Ford flank what is labled as an Austin. I have never seen one of these.|
|That must be a Chevrolet nearest the camera and the furthest one is a KM Bedford, but the one in the middle looks to have a Daimler radiator, but maybe it's a Koehler.|
|A few months ago a workmate, Donald, went on a bowling trip to Invercargill and managed to get a look at the late Bill Richardson's museum.|
|A Morris Commercial, two Albions and a Karrier sandwiched between two Commers.|
All at Invercargill.
|More of the British section: Several Bedfords, some Austins, including the clever FG model which had doors which did not extend beyond the body width when opened and another Morris Commercial.|
|TK Bedford right down the back, the nose of a Commer Superpoise is just visible, then a 1957 Thames Trader, 1958 Morris, 1965 Morris,1963 Dodge, 1937 Dennis and a 1967 Ford K series.|
In the left foreground is the front of a 1955 Seddon.
|1955 Ford F100, White Road Commander, this Fiat I remember seeing on the road in this area and a Fuso|
|A bit difficult to identify all of these, but I can spy some Internationals and Chevrolets. The yellow one is a 1914 Willys and at the far right a 1911 Koehler.|
|Diamond T, Brockway, Reo, Mack.....Ooooh I've got to get to this place soon. It's all too much just looking at pictures.|
|GMC, Sterling....It's all too much. Definitely on the bucket list.|
|Some shots from the 2010 Vintage Harvest at Carterton.|
1976 Bedford KM with a Detroit 6V92 power plant instead of the 6V71 which was more normal for the NZ market.
|International ASW 160 fire appliance from 1959.|
|1948 Chevrolet pick-up with non standard wheels.|
|1974 Kenworth W924L with the livery of Allen Mills & Son of Dannevirke.|
|D series Ford from 1976 with twin steer conversion.|
|Nice Commer of 1962 vintage with the unforgettable sound of the TS3.|
|1970 International F1800 Loadstar.|
|An old Austin looks as though it would be still restorable that I snapped on a country road somewhere.|