The truck may be older than 25: I don't know. Is it an International? Even blowing up the original, I can't read the model code. It seems to be C then three digits. The petrol station and disused car salesroom must be older than 25. The photo is only a few weeks old.
Yet again, trucks & trams come together.
I can't identify either prime mover.
Adelaide H367 is being moved to an overhaul, with the body on one truck, and the bogies on another.
Is there an optical illusion?
Is the trailer sagging, or does it work in two pieces, with the towing force transmitted via the tram underframe?
I keep finding photos while working on other projects.
I guess that this one is a rubbish skip. It is in Argentina, and so could me a make unfamiliar in Australia, or it could an international off-the-shelf from one of the combined manufacturers. Iveco seems to get a world penetration. I don't know if Argentina has its own manufacturing; Brazil does.
Ushuaia is on Terra del Fuego, and is the base for summer Antarctica touring. Ships are resupplied and passengers change over. The airport handles B747 charters. Europa makes regular voyages to the region, and is part of the fleet which has come via Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne & Hobart to be in Sydney for this weekend's fleet review. It is continuing via Auckland to Antarctica again.
050111Tu Ushuaia Argentina Europa, Antartic II rubbish truck. R Smith