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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 14 Feb 2015 21:07 #147035

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Good pics there Mac

Talkin about old country town garages, .......its just amazin what is locked up inside

some of these old places
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 15 Feb 2015 21:46 #147036

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Spotted this yesterday at Blacktown...............



There was a name across the front, but i couldnt figure out what it was.............looks more
like a yard tug than a highway buggy.
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 15 Feb 2015 22:06 #147037

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I guess its an optical illusion, but the tautliner looks to be only half width also.

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 15 Feb 2015 22:12 #147038

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O/N.
Mate ,may be they use it for back lane ways.
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 16 Feb 2015 19:13 #147039

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This looks to be a Daysworth..
They look like a good deal - an awesome terminal prime mover that can do short road runs...
It bothers me that some unscrupulous operators may buy them solely to run local ( no terminal use ) as a cheaper alternative to a day cab..
If anyone gets a chance have a look inside one..very Spartan and I'd hate to spend a day in one.. >:(

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 16 Feb 2015 19:24 #147040

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 16 Feb 2015 21:17 #147041

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hhhmmmmmm.
From the pics it does sorta look like a Terberg.
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 16 Feb 2015 23:08 #147042

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This looks to be a Daysworth..
They look like a good deal - an awesome terminal prime mover that can do short road runs...
It bothers me that some unscrupulous operators may buy them solely to run local ( no terminal use ) as a cheaper alternative to a day cab..
If anyone gets a chance have a look inside one..very Spartan and I'd hate to spend a day in one.. >:(


Not that your suggesting that LF is unscrupulous :D :D :D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;) ;) ;)

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 17 Feb 2015 07:07 #147043

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LF must be their way of limiting the number in the cabin ;)

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 17 Feb 2015 19:51 #147044

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Daysworth...Terberg..
Either either they all look very similar.
Unscrupulous operators??
I was just putting the idea out there but I'm sure a beancounter somewhere has come to the same conclusion..
It's still miles above a camel for a start..
Not sure what you blokes mean by LF??
We sorta thought that particular company was THT...
I can see myself being bunted to the naughty corner permanently when an astute forum member asks for clarification on that particular acronym. ::)

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