photo by secret squirrel

John Bogdan transport of Shepparton stunning KW seen here loaded with Spuds at Thorpdale in 1982

  • Nick 5y

    Oh yeah, there is something i dont see anymore, reflector marker lights on the horn tips... Not many trucks had them like that. well photographed Craig.
  • secret squirrel6 PRO 5y

    Thanks Nick yeah thats right mate this was a brand new set up when i took this Truck-Trailer-Tarp=yeah the old reflectors i used to have heaps of them on my pushy hahaha That sign near the tree there read Cars Only hahah Thanks Nick
  • Gary Edgley 5y

    What a great looking rig, I like to paint job on Bogdan's Kennys. Great shot Craig top stuff. I notice the red truck behind obviously has one wheel in the ditch, LOL.
  • secret squirrel6 PRO 5y

    Thanks Gary yeah mate they were a big company at one stage with some real tuff trucks was rapt to get this one pretty much brand new at this point in time =That little red truck is just in the ditch as they had to leave enough room for cars to get through to the Lawn bowls club to keep all the Nannys happy hahahahahahahahah Thanks Gary
  • matt 5y

    yeah that is a real classic aussie cabover kenny
  • wob2007 5y

    A beaut shot Craig, brings back memories of long ago there were plenty of Bogdans around, i think they later went to a different scheme but these were the ones that stood out.
  • secret squirrel6 PRO 5y

    Thanks Matt yeah i loved there trucks there was Bogdans and also Roccisano,s running out of Shepparton always been a great trucking town and still is have not been there for a while Mmmmmm might have to head North to have a look LOL=Thanks Warren yeah they were kings of the Hume there for a while hey you would have some shots of them im sure They went bust didnt they and then went under a differrent name then they got there name back again im not too sure exactly how it went down but there next set of trucks were not as good as these ones thanks Matt and Thanks Warren
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