A superb Mercedes Benz 6 x 6 SK tipper powered by a natural aspired V10 with a swept volume of 18,2 litre. The German beauty is completely revised and restored. The rig seems to have left the Wörth plant only days ago.
A Terberg 6 x 6 equipped with a hydraulic crane on the yard of Dutch truck trader CAB. The Terberg is powered by a Volvo engine and FL cab. Terberg competed heads on for many years with the also Dutch Ginaf brand. unluckily Terberg deiced to end its tipper business in favour of terminal tractors.
A MAN F90 6 x 4 hooked to an eight axled Nooteboom semi low loader. The F90 6 x 4 and the bigger 8 x 4 were both popular among heavy haulage companies. The V10 powered units were legendary for the sheer pulling power.
Beer transport is something special in Germany. The trucks are always showing up a dedicated livery in the style of the beer brand it hauls. This is a MAN F90 equipped with the tall Roadhaus cab taking part in the Ostfrieslandrundfahrt.
DVJ owned three four axled DAF tractors, all equipped with a heavy hydraulic crane. Two of it had a day cab and 8 x 4 drive, the other one a sleeper cab and an 8 x 2 axle layout. All came by a take over or bought second hand.
An ex RTT tractor hooked to a three axled container chassis. RTT was a full daughter of the Dutch Hoyer group. It was run more or less independently from the Hoyer group. Where Hoyer bought only German truck brands RTT could by Scania for a long time.