You might remember that about this time last year Tachoblog had a post about a Signed Sir Michael Caine Italian Job Print that was being auctioned on eBay by Will Shiers in aid of Help For Heroes.
Over on the excellent Biglorryblog one of the Anorak Army (their version of the Tachoblog Tribe) wants to know whether any American truck drivers have ever had to use a runaway truck ramp.
Will Shiers, he of Pimp My Truck fame has a signed Sir Michael Caine Italian Job Print that you could own. All you have to do is bid for it and, if your bid’s the highest then the print is yours and you’ll be helping Help for Heroes too as all the proceeds will go to them.
The great Biglorryblog has recently been on a trip north of the border to Scotland. While he was up there, Biglorryblog dropped into Pollock (Scotrans) – hence the dreadful pun in the title – to see the Scott Pollock’s collection of classic trucks. Thankfully for us, BLB shot a short clip so we can all enjoy them.
Many of you will know of Biglorryblog and their Anorak Army – they’re a bit like the Tachoblog Tribe you know! One of it’s members is Ashley ‘The Malteaser’ Lovering (that’s his beloved van on the right) and he’s holding a rather special event in Swansea, Wales this Sunday.
Following on from last week’s post ‘Oi! Mind That Mercedes Biglorryblog!’and thanks, once again, to Biglorryblog, Tachoblog can bring you a couple more clips showing Mercedes safety technology.
The excellent Biglorryblog gets invited out all over the place. This week he’s been in Stuttgart, Germany at the Mercedes test track.
Vic H and his 2003 International 9400i (that’s it below) have spent the last few days out on a trip carrying wine around Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay in New Zealand.
Tachoblog may have been a bit quiet for the last couple of days, but we’re not going to deprive you of View From The Cab, so let’s get stuck in straightaway.
Over on the excellent Biglorryblog, Tachoblog found this news of the new Scania V8.