An early MAN bonneted 4 x 4 tipper active at a so-called Kippertreff in Bislich Germany. This oldtimer tipper event is something very nice, the oldies are used for real transport tasks in a quarry. Most of them are organized by the NVG.
A sleeper cab DAF 95 series owned by W. de Vries & Zn. The rig is doing a job for the also not existing haulage company Reen BV once located in Sneek. The latter often worked to getter for bigger projects and o specific transport tasks.
Truck show Appelscha a number of years ago. Unfortunately, the organization of the truck show stopped. The spectators could often see very nice oldtimers like these two Scania's. Both are of course V8 powered, the 6-inline are often seen as a poor mans Scania.
Van Elk was a small Dutch heavy haulage company. Unfortunately it's not existing anymore. their fleet was formed by a bunch of Scania tractors and a number of mainly Nooteboom heavy haulage semi-trailers. This shot is showing a rear double drive P113E.
An old bonneted Saurer is running along a lake called Thunersee in Switzerland. The shot dates back to the early eighties. In those days you could see trucks like this on regular basis on Swiss roads. It's a pity the sturdy Swiss brand disappeared.
Will Spedition, a nice German haulage company from Thuringia. Dry bulk transport is one of their core activities. Mercedes, no surprise in Germany, is one of their preferred suppliers of trucks. MAN and Volvo are completing their fleet.