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  • The Buxton Boys Run, 2022

    The Buxton Boys Run, 2022

    Chris Graham on 24th November 2022

    David Reed reports on this year's Buxton Boys Run for classic commercials vehicles, with Les Wilson providing the photographs. 

  • The 90-mile Cheshire Run

    The 90-mile Cheshire Run

    Chris Graham on 25th August 2022

    Ed Burrows reports on the welcomed return of the 90-mile Cheshire Run that attracted a wide range of interesting, classic commercials.

  • 1970s Leyland Clydesdale tipper

    1970s Leyland Clydesdale tipper

    Chris Graham on 20th December 2021

    The 1970s Leyland Clydesdale tipper was one of the last, British-built workhorses of that era. Bob Weir enjoys Allan Steel's superb example.

  • Classic larger dumptrucks

    Classic larger dumptrucks

    Chris Graham on 27th October 2021

    Nick Baldwin spotlights some of the classic, larger dumptrucks that worked so hard in Great Britain back in the day.

  • Great eight-leggers!

    Great eight-leggers!

    Chris Graham on 23rd August 2021

    Ed Burrows spotlights more great eight-leggers, including the Guy 8x8, the Scammell and Foden 8x6s, plus a variety of US tractors and trucks.

  • Exotic eight-leggers!

    Exotic eight-leggers!

    Chris Graham on 2nd August 2021

    Bob Tuck looks at some of the most exotic eight-leggers you’re ever likely to see, spot-lighting some incredible loadbed vehicles.

  • 1976 Mack F700-Series truck

    1976 Mack F700-Series truck

    Chris Graham on 16th June 2021

    Bob Weir meets American truck enthusiast Frankie Wilson, from Scotland, and gets to grips with his impressive 1976 Mack F700-Series truck.

  • Classic heavy-haulage trucks

    Classic heavy-haulage trucks

    Chris Graham on 9th June 2021

    Peter Simpson tells the story of a pair of classic heavy-haulage trucks, how one still works today and their famous operator.

  • The Manitowoc story

    The Manitowoc story

    Chris Graham on 15th December 2020

    Keith Haddock concludes the Manitowoc story, explaining how it survived to become America’s No.1 crane builder. The Manitowoc story: This 6400 carries a 16-cubic-yard bucket on a 160-foot boom, and is seen at work uncovering anthracite in Pennsylvania. Having achieved…

  • Beautifully-restored 1970 Atkinson Viewline

    Beautifully-restored 1970 Atkinson Viewline

    Chris Graham on 5th December 2020

    David Batty’s 1970 Atkinson Viewline has taken a long time to come good, but it’s been well worth the wait, as Peter Simpson discovers.

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