Chris Graham on 19th January 2023
Ian Shaw tells the story of Paul Riches Skips' restoration of its very first, 1976 Bedford KM, which arrived with the company back in 1985.
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.
Chris Graham on 12th August 2022
Zack Stiling reports from the great event which celebrated the momentous, 100th anniversary of Scammell Lorries Ltd.
Chris Graham on 13th May 2022
We report on the Gypsum Run; a new charity tractor event that, thank’s to its initial success, looks set to become an early-season regular.
Chris Graham on 25th March 2022
Restored eight-wheeler tippers are few and far between, but Pip Dunn has tracked down a very rare survivor, a 1984 Magirus Deutz.
Chris Graham on 19th September 2021
Bob Weir meets a commercial vehicle enthusiast with a particular interest in ex-army Foden recovery vehicles, winches and cranes.
Chris Graham on 6th September 2021
Working Leyland trucks are extremely thin on the ground nowadays, but Pip Dunn has tracked down an interesting pair in South Yorkshire.
Chris Graham on 7th September 2020
Sandy Arbuthnott, from Aberdeenshire, comes from a long line of haulage contractors. Bob Weir went to Torphins to see his two highland classics.
Chris Graham on 10th June 2020
Peter Davies takes a fascinating look back at the final years of Leyland Trucks, from the 1960s to the company’s takeover by DAF in 1987.
Chris Graham on 21st January 2020
A recent Cheffins classic truck sale at Derek Cooper Transport, in Suffolk, included several interesting tractors and trucks, as Joseph Lewis reports. Entries at the recent Cheffins classic truck sale ranged from a 1936 Foden DG4 7½ ton flatbed, which sold for £15,900, right…