Woodside Haulage Ltd owned this good-looking Scania Streamline combo. The flat rood version of the Streamline was popular in the UK. Remarkable is the height of the semi, it's well over 4,5 meters high. The allowed height in the UK differs from the rest of Europe.
Two DAF 95 series tractors on the yard of W. De Vries & Zn in Makkum. The one on the left is a Space Cab version, the one on the right a standard sleeper cab. W. De Vries did run a 100% DAF fleet on most international transport.
A superb Norwegian DAF 3300 Space Cab parked on the Denekamp border crossing. Even DAF was surprised by the immediate success of the high roof version of its then already ageing F241 cab. It gave DAF recognition for its heavy ones.
A nicely restored Volvo rigid reefer. The rig was used for transport of meat. The stainless steel cladding of the insulated bodywork is typical for the sixties. The modern reefer bodywork of today simply didn't exist in those days.
In an almost identical but grey version of the Hanomag F45 I managed to get my HGV licence. The four-pot diesel engine was connected through a four-speed non-synchromesh gearbox with the rear axle. Of course, it had no power steering but instead a huge steering wheel........
The Volvo F88 was powered by a 9,6 liter6-inline rated at 260 hp. Many operators used it for International transport though the 330 HP F89 was much better suited for this kind of work. This example is owned by Dutch haulage company Beets Wijdewormer.