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Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L Topline.
Company, homebase: Joe Sharp. Manchester, England.
Remarks: You can say a lot about this rig, but about one thing we are all agree: It is a beautifull rig. Most of these special painted trucks are having to much of these paintings so it looks very confusing. This one looks absoluty great. Taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Zaltbommel.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L Topline.
Company, homebase: Joe Sharp. Manchester, England.
Remarks: According to the driver, Joe Sharp have 10 rigs. 7 of them are in a standard livery. The other 3 are having a special livery. All of them have a different item. This one is painted in "The Pirates Of The Caribbean" item. I wonder how the other 2 look like??
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L Topline.
Company, homebase: Joe Sharp. Manchester, England.
Remarks: Another view of this beauty. One and a half week after taken this picture, this rig won the first price at the Truckstar Festival in Assen, Holland, for the best special painted rig!!
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L Topline.
Company, homebase: Joe Sharp. Manchester, England.
Remarks: A detailshot of the back of the cab. Beautiful. Good work, Mr Joe Sharp!!!!!
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Ouweland. Chaam, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while loading foodsupplies at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Zaltbommel.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Gebr. Boezer. Waspik, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while this DAF was waiting to unload glassjars at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Hartog & Bikker. Vuren, Holland.
Remarks: Appie Reijnders, the driver of this DAF, was a desperated Scania driver. He grabbed all the Hartog & Bikker Scania's till the last one was gone, because a DAF was the last thing on earth he wanted to drive. Now Appie is trying to get used to this DAF, and he's still doing ok. Not bad, that DAF. But sometimes he's still memorizing the old days.........
Taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Hartog & Bikker. Vuren, Holland.
Remarks: Sometimes you have to do it by yourself. Driver Johan Versluis was sick and tired of a screaming v-belt at the DAF-engine. So he decided to fix it by himself. After he spend quite some time underneath his cab, sweating and using words wich I can't write down here, the v-belt was still screaming for the best scream ever!!!! All this happend in front of the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Oosterhout. Holland.
Date: Summer 2002.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Hartog & Bikker. Leerdam, Holland.
Remarks: I found this picture of this DAF in a photomap. This DAF is driven by Johan Versluis in the better days, without v-belttrouble. In 2002 Hartog & Bikker's homebase was in Leerdam. Taken at the Rietveld terminal.
Location: Maastricht. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: Reijnders. Meerssen, Holland.
Remarks: My collegue Cor is patiently waiting to be loaded at the BSN Glasspack plant in Maastricht.
Location: Gronsveld. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12.
Company, homebase: Hartog & Bikker. Vuren, Holland.
Remarks: This Volvo in the old Hartog & Bikker livery is taken at their warehouse in Gronsveld.
Location: Gronsveld. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: DAF 95 SuperSpaceCab.
Owner, operator: Wim van Weverwijk. Hagestein, Holland.
Remarks: A couple of weeks after taken this picture, Wim replaced this DAF by a brand new XF DAF SuperSpaceCab. Taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Gronsveld.
Location: Gronsveld. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Van Houte. Kruiningen, Holland.
Remarks: This Volvo is taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Oelegem. Belgium.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: MAN TGA.
Company, homebase: Fleerackers. St Katelijne Waver, Belgium.
Remarks: This good looking MAN is hauling for an Italian haulier, called Ambrogio. Taken at the Pauwels sauce factory in Oelegem.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Iveco Stralis.
Company, homebase: van Kleinwee. Holland.
Remarks: Picture taken while this Iveco is loading at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Zaltbommel.
Location: Zaltbommel. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter XL.
Company, homebase: CH van Alphen. Maurik, Holland.
Remarks: Also this rig is taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Zaltbommel.
Location: Gronsveld. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Scania R 470 Topline.
Company, homebase: Scania Deutschland. Koblenz, Germany.
Remarks: With the new types of Scania, Scania breaks with the old serienumber tradition. End sixties, beginning seventies, Scania launched the first new cabovertruck called the 0 series. In the seventies followed by the 1 series. In the eighties the 2 series. And in the nineties the 3 and the 4 series. So this should be the 5 series. But Scania decided to change that. Now we have the Scania P series, the small cab, wich is available in a standard and a Topline cab. The R series, the large cab, wich is available in a standard, a Highline, and a Topline cab. And finally the T series. That's wat we called in Europe the Torpedocab, the cab with "nose". Also this one is available in standard, Highline, or Topline cab. This demo-Scania was waiting to get loaded at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Weert. Holland.
Date: July 2004.
Truck: Mercedes Benz Actros MegaSpace.
Company, homebase: DHL. Holland.
Remarks: This is the last new Mercedes cab, with a lot of comfort for the driver. Years ago I didn't like Mercedes Benz, because they were slow in horsepowers ( Puppypower) and less comfort for the driver. Nowadays they create a beautifull truck. I believe now in Europe all the truckmarks are making good and comfortable trucks. Good for us truckers!!! This rig is taken at the Goudreinet truckstop De Wildenberg in Weert.



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