A MAN F2000 prime mover owned by J. Brouwer & Zn and is still running! The Brouwer fleet was dominated by Scania for a long period. Later MAN entered followed by Mercedes again a number of years later. Their livery is unchanged for decades.
The 6 x 6 Magirus Deutz tipper was in the sixties the absolute number one tipper in Holland. Luckily a number of it survived like this beauty. The tipper body with wooden boards is typical Dutch. Of course its a three-way tipper as most in those days.
Two Mercedes NG's and a huge Henschell dumper at the Geilenkirchen Kippertreff. A very nice event for truck and oldtimer lovers! Action all the time, much more interesting than the average static show. Loads of old timers are taking part!
A DAF F2000 sleeper cab hooked to a matching two axled semi-trailer. The tractor once belonged to Van Den Akker transport located in Workum (NL). DAF introduced its tilt cab series way back in 1968. The 2800 using the same cab panels came in 1974.
A nice first generation Volvo F10 road tanker combo owned by Den Hartogh. The Volvo F series came in 1978, the flat roof didn't stay long, however. The cab missed punch over the Scania LB cab, its main contender in those days.
Volvo N cabs on the yard of a Belgian truck trader/scrap yard. I hope somebody is rescuing them, they are too good to be scrapped. Another possibility is they disappear to Africa. The African market is heavily depending on old non-electronic controlled trucks.