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After a cold and snowy February, the nights are getting longer and hopefully spring will be here very soon, along with some details on how we’re moving forward as a country. To keep you warm and cozy here’s the latest edition of T&D which is full of great trucks. We lead the issue with some “Storming Scanias” but there’s also some cracking Volvo, Renault, Mercedes and a bit of Iveco in the mix too, plus an extra large Truckscene. Let’s a take a look at what’s inside this hot 100 pager… Editor’s Choice is owner-driver John Templeton’s spooky and spectacular Scania 143 and matching airbrushed powder tanker! David Weston has over 30 years service at Fagan and Whalley – this is his new truck, a smart Scania R450 tag SE Broscombe run a number of top-spec trucks including this low-n-mean Volvo FH16 750. Driver Josh Brooke still can’t believe he’s got his dream truck! We get behind the wheel of this freshly restored Renault Magnum to celebrate 30 years since the truck launched This trio of ERF ECs are still hard at work for B&B Commercials and include a rare EC14 Olympic Paul O’Callaghan heads off to Europe again from Ireland with a load of fish in a Scania Topline V8 Check out this state of the art suction hole excavator Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3251 tridem. It’s a revolution in hole digging! Peter Davies takes a look back at the history of removal trucks HC Wilson’s restored Scania 141 V8 in the spotlight Russell Oliver tries his hand at shifting plant and machinery in a Volvo FH 500 Dual-Clutch

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