David Vile

The Drone Way flies high in Brisbane

With over 110,000 people following his Facebook page, Nullarbor truck driver and founder of ‘The Drone Way’ photographic business, Ben Stamatovich, was appointed as one of the Brisbane Truck Show ambassadors this year.  Read More

This 1965 DCO is a rare find

Looking back through the archives of road transport in Australia and in particular the myriad of makes and models of trucks that have graced our roads, the International DCO-F does not come as readily to mind as other trucks such as a Mack Super-Liner or Kenworth SAR.  Read More
road boss

Boss of Bosses on show at muster

“WHEN I was about 15, I was driving one of my dad’s log trucks out in the bush, a Leyland Super Hippo, it broke down and I got a lift from a fellow driving a White and I thought then, “When I am old enough I am going to buy one of these.”
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Dodge on the paper trail

Historic trucks which have been overhauled and restored to their former glory provide a rolling (or static) tribute to times that have passed in transport, and allow people to reminisce about trucks that are no longer built or seen regularly around the country.  Read More

Whites shine bright in Kyabram

Under clear sunny skies the northern Victorian town of Kyabram has once again played host to the Australian White Truck Muster, with a variety of trucks bearing both the White nameplate, along with a myriad of White-associated brands on show across the weekend of March 18-19.
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Retriever ready for duty

Kelvin Baxter, who is best known for his fleet of red and white Kenworths, is excited about putting the latest addition to his military collection to work.  Read More