The Magirus Deutz "Eckhauber" was one of the best all-wheel drive tipper chassis ever. The rig was powered by various Deutz air-cooled diesel engines. The axles were solidly designed and built hub reduction units. This example is Dutch registered.
A very nicely restored Scania LB 111 road tanker. The rig is an immaculate state and looks great. The owner is regularly participating with it in oldtimer rallies all over Holland. This shot was made during the Elfstedentocht for oldtimer trucks a couple of years ago.
A beautiful DAF 4 x 4 rigid including a rear mounted HMF crane. DAF produced only a limited number of all drive trucks. It offered a basic 4 x 4 and a 6 x 6 for a long time. Currently, DAF isn't offering anything of a kind, it leaves this market to other players.
DVJ running one of its DAF 95 series four axled tractors. This unit was equipped with a heavy Effer hydraulic crane, the other two had both heavy Fassi cranes. DVJ used it mainly for machine and construction-related transport activities.
An already very rare Renault tipper equipped with a club of four based cab alongside a Mercedes SK tipper. Both were for sale at a huge Belgian truck trader. The Renault seems to be some kind of municipal truck, the Merc is a basic tipper.
Not even that old but hardly known by anyone outside the UK. ERF was a small UK truck builder. It used an SMC cladded steel frame cab and engines form several independent manufacturers including Cummins for instance.