Features, Heritage, Shows, Truck events, Vintage
Australian, Awards, Heritage, News, Truck events, Trucking awards, Vintage
Founded in Italy in the late 1890s by a consortium led by Giovanni Agnelli, the Fiat (Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino) automotive group is a name that is today known around the world.Read More
Features, Heavy vehicle, Heritage
An enterprise such as the Alice Springs National Road Transport Hall of Fame cannot be maintained without the involvement of two groups: volunteers and sponsors.Read More
December 1986 was a pivotal time for Kenworth in Australia, which saw the release of a variety of new models onto the Australian transport scene. Read More
Features, Heritage, Queensland
“I have a 9-0, but mine has a few more zeros,” said Roy Ikin with a smile, highlighting just one of the many differences between his classic 1984 Ford LTL 9000 and the current-era Kenworth T9 range.
Heritage, News, Shows, Truck events, Vintage
It’s the oldest continually working and registered ambulance truck in Australia, seen daily by tourists visiting the Ambulance Museum at Charters Towers, in north Queensland.
Features, Heritage, Truck events
Wauchope’s Vintage Truck & Machinery Show has returned for the first time in three years, to the delight of visitors.
With the recent Heritage Truck Show celebrating 60 years of Mack trucks being manufactured in Australia, it was fitting that one of the models with which Mack made its mark in Australia was well represented.