A Club of four cabbed DAF 1300 with a nice covered body. The Cab was developed by jointly DAF, Magirus, Volvo and Renault. Renault and Volvo kept using it for a very long period. They even create widened and sleeper cab versions of it.
The owner of the Dutch haulage company Spaansen owns a large number of nice old timer trucks. Among it a number of older German trucks like this sleeper cab Hanomag Henschel. The Hanomag Henschel used the latest Hanomag cab on its trucks before it was bought by Mercedes.
A nicely restored Terberg tipper chassis intheDavdis quarry in Geilenkirchen. The Terberg is DAF powered and uses many parts of old US army trucks. Terberg and Ginaf both started building trucks this way. The bonnet is made of SMC.
DAF needed a fleet tractor for mainly the UK market. The just introduced 95 series was considered to be too expensive and complicated for this market. The old F241 cab came back with some repaced SMC body parts as the 2900 and 3200 series.
Its a beauty, this bonneted sleeper cab MAN. The truck is running in the old colours of Bok Niehove. The owner is a huge old timer fan and owns several oldtimers. He is often taking part in oldtimer truck runs and rallies with it.
A typical eighties 38-ton combo from Austria. The DAF 95 series was introduced in 1988 and impressed many operators throughout Europe. DAF did sell reasonable quantities of it in Austria. The main downside was the lack of real power with a maximum of only 380 HP.