A DAF 2800 dry bulk tanker owned by Hegeman. This Dutch company was active in general, container, tanker and dry bulk transport. The fleet consisted Volvo, DAF, Scania and MAN trucks. Unfortunately, the company went bankrupt.
An old shot of a Dutch Volvo F12 Intercooler. The rig is owned by the then still owner-driver Jansen living in Urk. Nowadays the company grew to a middle-sized haulage company. The name Mop's, nickname of his wife is still on the trucks today.
A 6 x 4 Steyr rigid equipped with a portal system. The Steyr is not much more than a rebadged MAN F2000. The main visible difference with he MAN is the front grill. Steyr was only active in a few European markets, the volume was to low for keeping it alive.
A good looking Scania L141 equipped with sleeper cab takes part in an oldtimer rally. The Scania is hooked to a matching two axled reefer semi-trailer. The 14 litre V8 rated at 375 HP doesn't have to do much to keep the combo going.
A nice Italian drawbar rod tanker heading home on the Brenner Pass. The Scania is a V8 powered 6 x 2 version. Its rear axle, however, is a local conversion and steered. This feature is typical for most Italian 6 x 2 or 8 x 2 trucks.
A Reining Actros Mp1 equipped with a top sleeper. The high cube transport business was and still is their main activity. Mercedes disappeared from their fleet and was replaced by MAN. DAF stayed more or less continuous in their fleet.