|The Meat Wholesaler's Dodge was quite spectacular in its day, with its bold sign-writing and its bright red wheels.|
It was powered by the V6 Chrysler (Cummins) diesel.
|The same truck in monotone.|
|The same truck again, attached to a stock trailer.|
|Meat Wholesalers also had this Perkins 6.354 powered Dodge.|
|A couple of shots of O'Connor's Transport tandem drive Dodge.|
|O'Connors had a single drive model as well.|
|Nolan's Concrete Products Dodge.|
|Not sure who was the original owner of this Dodge, but I'm fairly sure it is the same one...|
|...still being operated by Bill Neumann, some 51 years later.|
|Dodge light-weights used the same cab as Internationals of that time.|
|Generally single drive Dodges were V6 and tandems V8, but Wong's Transport specified a V8 for their single drive unit which generally transported cartons/pallets of fruit and veges.|
|Demonstration of the tilt cab on this model.|
|Two new tippers for Wairarapa South County Council.|
|The Dodge chassis were strongly built and were easily capable of arduous tasks like logging, but power would have been lacking compared with today's loggers.|
This example was operated by Carter Merchants (Jones) Ltd.