|A peak through the window of the Watchorn's B model Mack.|
|Gleeson's Transport of Pahiatua brought along their Mercedes 1418, dating from 1973.|
|1954 International AR110 looked superb in its period shade of paint.|
|1968 Kenworth must be one of the first of the breed in NZ.|
|Some more shots of the modern trucks in the parade......Volvo|
|Volvo FH from 2009.|
|2012 Freightliner Argosy.|
|2013 Mercedes Benz has big cab, big motor and BIGEST rego plate.|
|1993 Kenworth T600A.|
|1986 NissanCWA52 has done close to three quarters of a million kms.|
|This is Garrity's other Dodge. This one they purchased new in 1979 and has the Perkins 540 V8.|
|The International 3070 were plentiful on NZ roads in their day and were fitted with the big 903 cu in V8 Cummins.|
|Nice old 1968 Commer I thought had the TS3, but records list it at 4400cc so I'm not so sure.|
As far as I am aware the largest TS3s were only 3520cc.
|Max took this snap of the Watchorn Mack B615RS from 1960.|
This unit was originally restored by Motor Truck Distributors (the Mack importers) for their own promotional use.
|The 1980 Ford DT2412 was restored in my hometown and is an accurate|
example of the many Fords of this model that Transport Wairarapa operated.
|Mark Moody attended with his 8 wheeler Mack Ultraliner|
|Max, who took some of the photos here, |
cruised over from nearby Palmerston North in his original (except for a repaint) 1960 Jaguar 3.4 Mk II.