ERF Angel

Truck & Driver|July 2020

ERF Angel
When this EC Olympic was involved in a bad accident, it was almost certainly bound for the scrapyard in the sky. Until some divine interfention…
Dougie Rankine

Last month we introduced you to Robert Gassor, a man so dedicated to ERFs that he has, from what we can gather, decided to spend the entire Covid-19 outbreak self-isolating in his EC11 Olympic. As opposed to, well, a house. Like everyone else.

Having become synonymous with ERF trucks, Robert bought several ECs, rebuilt them, and even painted them himself last year. This dedication did not escape the notice of those in the trucking community who happen to have a fetish for fiberglass.

Owner-driver Colin Eaton had enjoyed many years of loyal service from his EC11 until a one-day disaster struck. Hauling a load of steel, he was involved in an accident that saw the load shift forward and obliterates the cab. Thankfully Colin escaped unscathed, but it looked like his Sandbach soulmate was at the end of the road.

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July 2020