Sunday, February 4, 2018

Harvest Rally (2).

A row of classic Americans.

1973 Kenworth LW924, ready for restoration.

Only 1 year newer than the Kenworth above, but this must be one of New Zealand's most fastidious restorations.

One of the later versions of Leyland's ergomatic cab, originally introduced in 1965, is used on this 1979 Super Buffalo.

Classic looks of a 1958 Bedford D6.

A rarely seen Bedford WL

The Foden steam truck in the colours of Emmerson's Brewery is magnificent.

The Masterton district Council's Aveling & Porter Invicta steam roller .
 I can remember this being used on road building when I was younger.

The McLaren traction engine pulls a modern trailer load of logs with ease.

The 1963 Dodge 330 is as an absolute pleasure to drive, according to a friend who has had that pleasure.

A big modern beast.

A fairly rare 1939 Singer Nine.

International 706, appears to have no friends.

Rides in the Clydesdale drawn wagon were popular.

1981 GMC Topkick, owned by one of the stationary engine exhibitors.

The original Mini, a 1933 Austin Seven.

1994 Peterbilt 377A

1952 Commer Superpoise.

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