Custom painted trucks always draw attention, but the largest area available to be airbrushed is hidden away at the rear of the cab. Steve has a passion for all things Diesel. Over the years he has accumulated a vast number of photographs of trucks. Now when he attends a commercial gathering he makes a point of going down the rear of the line …Read More »
The TruckFest 2016 season kicked off with the biggest ever show at Peterborough showground , and Biglorryblog was there with his mates From Truck & Driver. It would be impossible to photograph all the trucks, and the so here are Biglorryblogs pick of the bunch Of Course no Truckshow would be complete without a T cab, and this example was one …Read More »
Friday 25th March was a momentous occasion for Moira, Co. Armagh-based haulier, Bradford Transport, as it was the day that they purchased their first ever brand new truck in over 30 years of operation. The stunning Volvo FH540 XL Globetrotter was supplied by Dennison Commercials Ltd, and all paintwork was carried out by Dennison Bodyshop. The truck was purchased as …Read More »
A Crew cab for the transport of working crews in the Mercedes-Benz Zetros A cab-over-engine truck is presented as 6×6 three-axle vehicle. It shows how a heavy-duty truck for extremely harsh off-road crew transports in applications such as mining and open-cast mining has to be built. Equipped with a crew cab, it is an outstanding example for the efficient co-operation …Read More »
New Scania ‘Black Amber’ limited-edition truck with super Svempa styling…the first news is on Biglorryblog!
It seems that simply ‘owning’ or ‘driving’ a Scania V8 is not enough for many afficionados of the Griffin brand. What they want is to have their very own personalised vee-bomber. And if you click through here you can read all about Scania’s spanking new ‘custom’ V8 called the ‘Black Amber’ a limited-edition beauty created by Svempas, the King of the Truck customisers! …Read More »
It’s amazing what you can learn from Biglorryblog. Or to be more accurate (more accurate?…ah forget it) Anyway having blogged on the Mack Trucks Australia Heritage website and this wonderful Bicentennial Mack tractor I get an e-mail from Cam in Oz who says: “Hi Brian, all the Bicentennial Macks have got a name. They were built in 1988, Australia’s Bicentennial …Read More »