|In their day these Bedfords were a common farm truck.|
|Little J1 Bedford appears to be extensively modified.|
|1912 Leyland with solid tyres is way before my first truck memories.|
|1912 Leyland's radiator badge.|
|1962 Leyland originally operated by Rodair was a big rig in its day.|
Rodair operated out of Havelock North carrying refrigerated products.
|Badge on the '62 Leyland is mounted on the door to the radiator cap.|
|The Ergomatic cab of the 1979 Leyland Buffalo is strikingly different to the earlier Leyland.|
|The same cab on an earlier model Leyland. This time a Beaver.|
Next to it is a D series Ford.
|Before the D series Ford, the Thames Trader was Ford's big truck.|
This one a 4 wheel drive model.
|Although not blessed with a tilt cab like the D series Ford of the same era, the Bedford TK was never the less a very popular model.|
|A Bedford TK in articulated form next to its predecessor, the S model.|
|S model Bedford.|
|And another TK.|
|When the steam roller lost traction in the damp conditions, the Scammell Pioneer dragged it with ease.|
|This Scammell was powered by a 6 cylinder Gardner diesel.|
|1980 series III Land Rover was decorated with very tall aerials.|
|Range Rover ambulance and LWB Land Rover with raised roof.|
|Range Rover with Carmichael 6 wheel conversion.|
|A better view of the TK articulated unit.|
|With no tilt cab, access to the Bedford's engine was from behind the cab with a lift up flap on each side.|