|I've always liked any of the American conventionals with big square grilles up front.|
The International Transtar being one of them.
|A trio of Kenworths.|
|International must date from around 1915 to 1923.|
From 1924 Inters had their radiator mounted in the more conventional "ïn front of engine" position.
|These Iveco models have never been seen in NZ. Using a development of the T-Line Inter cab, which in itself was a development of the old cab used on the 3070 at right.|
|Another model not seen in NZ. The late H model Mack was produced from about 1958 until the start of production of the G model in 1959 (although there was some overlap) which in turn was replaced by the F model that we are all familiar with.|
|R model Macks are well known on both sides of the Tasman, with their tilt forward fibre-glass bonnet, but were also available .......|
|Kenworth T904 are usually seen in NZ as day cabs, but here is a typically Aussie rigged unit with sleeper cab, bull-bar, a row of powerful driving lights and long range fuel tanks.|