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Deals On Wheels Australia

Issue 446

For more than two decades Deals On Wheels has been Australia’s biggest-selling truck magazine. At a whopping 500+ pages per month, it is widely recognised as the ‘bible’ for those looking to buy and sell new and used trucks, trailers, parts and accessories and much more. Deals On Wheels for Zinio delivers the power of the printed page with the immediacy and convenience that comes from delivery on Zinio. Featuring all the same great content, deals and reviews as the print magazine, it is an essential tool for anyone looking to search, compare and buy or sell trucks, trailers and all things transport related.

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English
Editor:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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deals on wheels

Editorial & Design Managing editor Graham Gardiner 0411 722 684 graham.gardiner@bauertrader.com.au Contributors Steve Brooks, Warren Aitken, Design Daz Woolley Marketing & Distribution Marketing manager Andrew Amato Circulation manager Stuart Jones Advertising Brand sales manager James Phipps 0466 005 715 james.phipps@bauertrader.com.au NSW Antony Bladen 0437 361 221 antony.bladen@bauertrader.com.au SA Nick Lenthall 0439 485 835 nick.lenthall@bauertrader.com.au QLD Hollie Tinker 0466 466 945 hollie.tinkler@bauertrader.com.au WA Greg Boase 0438 905 869 greg.boase@bauertrader.com.au…

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swedes sizzle in sales race

Volvo is inching its way ever closer to Kenworth’s crown as leader of the heavy-duty truck market, figures released by the Truck Industry Council (TIC) for the nine months to the end of September show. At the end of the third quarter, Volvo had narrowed the gap to just 32 units with Kenworth notching 1,688 deliveries for the year and Volvo gliding further into the slipstream with 1,656 units. For the year to the end of September, Kenworth held 17.8 per cent of the heavy-duty sector and Volvo, 17.4 per cent. However, the most telling factor in the hunt for heavy-duty honours is that the Swedish giant has outsold its illustrious rival in four of the last five months, September included. The contest for heavy-duty leadership has never been closer and while it could…

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the internationalists

“Idon’t want anything to do with these old trucks.” Those are the words a father really doesn’t want to hear from his son; harsh words really. The only thing worse I guess, would be ‘check out my new ecofriendly electric car’. It’s enough to send shivers down your spine. However, “I don’t want anything to do with these old trucks,” was the line that Adam Twyford said to me when I asked him about how much time he’s spent driving around the two classic rigs I had lined up for a photo shoot. The irony of that statement was that Adam had just climbed out of a beautifully restored 1984 Kenworth. It’s a truck that Adam is often seen in, and one he’s had a lot to do with when it…

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vocational legend

International Harvester (IH) Australia commenced its operations in 1912. From this time up until 1950 IH had created a large dealer network and opened its own retail outlets in all major cities of Australia. It also purchased land at North Shore, Geelong, in Victoria in 1937 with the intent to build farm implements and the first IH tractor in Australia. The factory/foundry was opened in 1939 but due to the start of WW2 the plans were put on hold as IH was requested by the Government to assist the war effort by making guns, bullets and equipment for the Australian Army. This would later prove very beneficial to the company. A LEGEND IS BORN It was not until 1949 that IH built the first tractor at Geelong and the following year purchased land at…

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labour of love

Today’s story shall start with a confession. I’ve been in the transport game a fair while now and luckily I’ve been able to try my hand at nearly every market available: general freight, logging, dangerous goods, ‘mud-carting’, oversize and even stock (go on, try the sheep shagging jokes). However, one of the few areas I’ve skipped completely is the concrete game. If I’m honest, the limits of my concrete knowledge extend to offering my mate Donna a cup of it, every year, for over a decade, when the wallabies lose the Bledisloe Cup to New Zealand, again and again. With only that knowledge it’s fair to say I was a little naive about the intricacies of it all when I got the chance to sit down with Marco Revelant to quiz him…

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price guide

Year No. For Sale Av. Price 2670 1985 1 $15,500 Unknown 1 $11,000 3600 1995 1 $68,500 1999 1 $27,500 7400 2010 1 $79,990 7600 2007 2 $62,500 1830A 1987 1 $10,000 1850E 1982 1 $6,800 1994 2 $25,850 2350G 1997 1 $42,888 1999 1 $45,000 2002 1 $88,000 2007 1 $79,500 2013 1 $82,500 Unknown 2 $28,950 3072B 1978 1 $11,000 9000 EAGLE 2007 2 $62,470 2010 1 $89,500 9200 EAGLE 2004 1 $121,000 2005 1 $47,000 2008 1 $44,000 2009 2 $60,250 2010 1 $64,990 9900 EAGLE 2007 1 $55,000 2008 1 $105,000 ACCO 1980 1 $6,000 1991 1 $45,000 1998 1 $22,000 1999 1 $15,000 2005 2 $33,000 2009 1 $137,500 2010 1 $187,999 2011 1 $95,000 2017 1 $259,990 2018 5 $48,620 2019 3 $159,831 Unknown 2 $68,750 ACCO 1830/A/B/C/D 1980 1 $22,550 1997 1 $9,350 ACCO 1850E 1993 (E) 1 $17,900 1999 (G) 1 $39,900 ACCO 2152B 1980 1 $22,000 ACCO 2250D 1986 1 $29,900 1989 2 $39,900 1992 2 $25,000 Unknown 2 $9,900 ACCO 2350 1996 (G) 1 $24,900 1997 (G) 1 $42,888 1998 (G) 1 $23,900 2002 (G) 4 $28,875 2003 (G) 3 $60,997 2003 (K) 2 $22,000 2004 (G)…

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