At the start of the year Tachoblog gave you the chance to win a copy of the Rowe Hillmaster story, ‘The Cornish Commercial Vehicle’ by Peter Tutthill.
Rowe Hillmaster was an English company based in Cornwall. Thanks to Chris Campbell from Skills for Logistics we have a Rowe Hillmaster competition to start 2012 with.
You might remember that we reported on Guy’s 1958 GUY Vixen back in March.
Well Guy promised to keep us up to date with any new on his Guy Vixen and so last week he sent us news that it has a sister and that he’s learnt about its working life too.
Last week we reported on Guy Loveridge’s purchase of a 1958 Guy Vixen. Well Guy’s now seen the Guy and is getting things moving.
Tachoblog’s old mate (and by that we mean that we’ve known him for a long time – he’s not (that) old!) Guy Loveridge has just bought himself a 1958 GUY Vixen and he’s looking for some help.
A highly visual study of trucks and trucking in North America in the 1960s has just been released as part of Veloce Publishing’s “Those Were The Days …” series.
For those of you that love your classic trucks – and Tachoblog knows there’s lots of you out there – here’s a treat in the shape of a 1954 Kenworth.
A 56-year old Transporter van has just achieved a top speed of 102.84 mph and done the quarter mile sprint at the Santa Pod racetrack in a time of 12.65 seconds.
Continuing from ‘Classic 50’s American Trucks Part One From Tachoblog’, we present Part Two. This was originally going to be the final part, but AdClassix.com has so many advertisements from the 1950′s that Tachoblog will certainly get to Part Three and possibly more too!
Yersterday’s post ‘Classic 60′s American Trucks From Tachoblog’ proved popular, so today Tachoblog brings you more of the same, only this time we’re back in the 1950′s.