The Mystery Vehicle At Picton Is A (Unique) 1942 Ford CMP Blitz – Tachoblog’s Thanks To Vic H For The Answer

Those of you that, like Tachoblog, were wondering what the vehicle was at the centre of this View by Vic H (from Tachoblog’s View From The Cab – 28.9.10) need wonder no more.

Classic Pioneering Trucks That Helped Shape America From Tachoblog

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.

Classic Truck Stunt Action From Tachoblog

Tachoblog has a poster called LowKat from the forum at The Jalopy Journal to thank for these excellent pictures.

What we appear to have here is the forerunner to today’s Monster Truck / Truckfest type shows.

Australian Classic Trucks On Parade At The Heritage Truck Association Show In Beenleigh – Part Three

As it’s Friday, Tachoblog thought that rather than just bringing you one video from this year’s Heritage Truck Association Show (held back in May in Beenleigh, Queensland, Australia) we’d wrap up the series with the final two clips.

Australian Classic Trucks On Parade At The Heritage Truck Association Show In Beenleigh – Part Two

If you liked yesterday’s post with the two videos from the Beenleigh Show, then you’ll enjoy this post too!

Australian Classic Trucks On Parade At The Heritage Truck Association Show In Beenleigh – Part One

At Tachoblog we like to make the midweek that little bit better for you, so today we have a collection of classic Australian trucks on parade at this year’sHeritage Truck Association Show In Beenleigh, Queensland.

Classic 1954 Kenworth

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 Trip Down Memory Lane With Tachoblog And Mercedes

‘I say chaps, this is a rather cracking char-a-bang what what’ says Tachoblog. Well, obviously, we don’t. But it does let us neatly slip into Mercedes’ archive. Justy before we do – and in case you were wondering, this is a 1902 24-passenger bus.

Tachoblog Proves That Volkswagen Vans Go The Distance

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.

1969 Kenworth LW924 With Detroit 12V71

Thanks to Tim Giles from the excellent etruck, Tachoblog can bring you this video of a 1969 Kenworth LW924 with a Detroit 12V71 engine – one of only two such vehicles in Australia apparently!

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