|Paul Pretty's Mack Mid-liner carted furniture.|
|Tait & McKenzie's F series Volvo was typical of the Australian sourced models with its flat, west coast mirrors, aluminium sun visor and trilex wheels.|
Compare it with....
|.... this Swedish sourced model with convex European mirrors, 10 stud wheels and plastic sun visor.|
|A Hall's Refrigerated Transport Mitsubishi wearing their complex yellow livery before they changed to the more modern and simpler silver.|
|Brand new MAN awaiting delivery in Palmerston North.|
|This International Transtar was used as part of a display at an Auckland truck show. One of the few trucks I have ever seen in NZ with externally mounted air-conditioning unit.|
|Produce Freighters ERF with a load of NOT produce !!|
|Skipages of Featherston had this International 210 of 1966 vintage to transport houses.|
|Caltex fuel in a 1981 Mack MCE686RST passes through Palmerston North.|
|This Hino FS and B-train, as you can see, is performing duties as a tyre test vehicle for |
"The World's Most Trusted Retread"
|Two Fliway's rigs back to back, transferring some of their load.|
Fliways specialized in moving computers and other sensitive cargoes.
This is a 1986 Scania P92M.
|This Scania P112M also from 1986 was operated by Modern Freighters from Levin.|
|A Volvo of Leopard Breweries unloads some of its precious cargo at the Masterton Cosmopolitan Club.|
This G88 models was built in 1976.
|Lots of white paint for this Mitsubishi and B-train. The only hint of its load is the Aulesbrookes biscuit signage on the door.|
|A Mitsubishi FV415HRR of Red Express heads north from Masterton into the early evening.|
The year was 1986.
|Oldfield's Asphalts (now part of the Higgins group) at one stage operated a couple of logging trucks.|
In this snap their 1986 Mack Superliner R722RS drives through the yard of Daniell's Mill after unloading.
Power was by the 500hp V8.
|I can see the name Kenneth on the door.|
Is this the multi-million kilometre Kenworth of Ken Adam, that he now drives in Daily Freight livery.
|Harvey Farms narrow cabbed TM Bedford about to move after a short stop in Masterton's Chapel Street.|
Power source would surely be Detroit 6V71.