Yes thanks for your entertaining videos of the repairs and travels you have done over time. Something I have missed and that was a picture of the new hat as the old faithful has served its purpose and deserves a hook of its own to hang on.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
Coopernook, The Centre of our Universe.
That last photo put up by xspannerman, almost qualify for how short can you go?
Like to see a full shot of it and the tanker, if it were a twin steer, single drive or bogie/ lazy/pusher, front of tank extremely close to cab?
After tinkering with the photo, can now see it's a rigid.
AMOCO Mercedes Benz was an 8 wheeler rigid, one of the first photos I took when I got a camera when I was a kid. It took a while to work out the best way to photograph trucks. A lot of my early photos were from the front and side.
Happy new year to everyone.
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First photo from Mick Daniher, the truck on the right looks like an ex S and M Fox coal truck.
Second and third photos from Ben Azzopardi.
Fourth photo photographer unknown. Going by the color scheme and the front mounted muffler this 1419 Mercedes Benz could have been once owned by AMOCO who also had LS and LPS 1418 8 wheelers on tanker work in Sydney and Brisbane.
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See that cab over fraulien that xspannerman posted, 1914?1419?
Twin steer/ single drive, someone or other had a few of them on overnight parcel work early in the piece.
Not to be confused with the MAN's getting about.
Someone like maybe DART that eventually got swallowed up by Rex/Ipec/Jetaway??