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    Warns big Daf seen here at Trucks in Action in 1988 ( is this you Russell)

    quarterdeck888, J.B. 2010, slayertat, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. bush pig1 60 months ago | reply

      trucks have certainly changed over the years.

    2. secret squirrel6 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks Bushpig =yeah mate they sure have this was the ants pants when it came out offering all the creature comforts of home thanks Bushpig

    3. ESPEDGE 60 months ago | reply

      Now this looks familiar, from memory there was a feature in Truckin' Life on a bunch of DAFs Warns owned. This is a great shot of the old girl. Thanks Craig.

    4. quarterdeck888 60 months ago | reply

      Craig .....I took this down to Warrigul it was 1988 Trucks in Action
      I was looking after there depot at the time ,after I left Ansett..

    5. Gloria1207 60 months ago | reply

      Great picture

    6. secret squirrel6 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks Gary=yeah thats right i half remember that now i think it was when the Dafs were trying to establish themselves mate=hey yeah well done Russell that would have been a comfy ride back then i would imagine it was a show back then will try and get more shots of older trucks in action photos on line =Thanks Gloria yeah these were great trucks back then and photographed really well =Thanks Everyone

    7. MisterBenz 36 months ago | reply

      So cool to see our national pride down under!

    8. secret squirrel6 36 months ago | reply

      Thanks Benz=hahaha Yeah there used to be quiet a few of them in the late 1980s but not as many now as I think Volvo and Scania and Benz have most of our Euro Market and DAF have just struggled in the Big Prime Mover Market since but they were good trucks I will put up a New one for you later today I took it only a Couple of Months ago its a Nice rig keep a Look out later mate thanks Benz

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