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Willarton Transport of Morwell new Big Iveco on Display at Trucks In Action Lardner Park near Warragul in 2012

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  • Muhammad Bashir Osman 3y

    Nice capture..
  • secret squirrel6 3y

    Thanks Bashir=I really appreciate that mate
  • matt 3y

    There's supposed to be another new look version of these coming out going back to a sqaure look
  • leggy181 3y

    I reakon these things will be pretty popular soon with the cummins power and bonnet on a euro truck.
  • Craig R 3y

    big gippslander Craig.
  • secret squirrel6 3y

    Thanks Matt=Aaaah Yeah thats sounding like a nice Kinda rig I think this model here could be a big Success if they go about it in the right way will be Interesting to see what Willartons think of this one once it has bedded down=Thanks Leggy Yeah I think you are right mate was creating a lot of Intrest at this show but in saying that there was not much else to compare it with but yeah I think they might have the right mix=Thanks Craig hahaha Yeah mate a mighty Gippslander about to hit the road mate is there any thing better NUP LOL Thanks Craig=Leggy=Matt
  • Craig R 3y

    got a photo of it today in action with timber load ill chuck up soon
  • secret squirrel6 3y

    Thanks Craig=Oh cool I will check him out great looking unit with all the creature comforts thanks Craig
  • Tauras Caio 3y

    something big, this matchbox truck!? Or?
    A very great picture !!
  • secret squirrel6 3y

    Thanks Tauras=Yeah a big new truck for some lucky Driver I had a sit in this one and was very Comfy inside the new trucks are so good thanks Tauras
  • truckfan2010 3y

    Great shot of that Iveco, we had in Europe about 3 thousands that in Europe maded Iveco Strator's with nose. Cool finding and great capture
  • secret squirrel6 3y

    Thanks Rolandas Yeah Iveco making a big push into the market with this model Starting to see a lot of them now thanks Rolandas
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