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Scania G ready for launch!

Scania G ready for launch!

On this photo, made by Truckphoto Helsingborg, we see a Scania badged as a G500. The same truck was caught last year by a Dutch truckdriver and at that time it had camouflage prints over the cab. The only thing that is hidden is now the front bumper that looks like a construction bumper. It…Continue Reading

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Scania: How low can you go?

Scania: How low can you go?

The ‘nextgen’ Scania trucks of the P- model are not introduced, but the expertation is that we are going to see the complete programm later this year. Here we see two photo’s of prototype’s during fieldtesting. One is what we espect to be the new P-cab, with a sleeper cab and the standard roofhight. But…Continue Reading

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Scania S730T revealed at Vlastuin Truck&Trailerservice

Scania S730T revealed at Vlastuin Truck&Trailerservice

Vlastuin Truck&Trailerservice has revealed the new Scania S730T. This is the non-official bonneted ‘nextgen’ Scania truck that Vlastuin build out of a standard S730 Highline. The conversion is very well done and every detail is designed carefully. The original front bumper and fups are in the original position and therefor the safety of this truck…Continue Reading

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Scania S-Longline?

Scania S-Longline?

The new generation of Scania has inspired some of the truck-modification company’s. We already spotted the first new Scania S- series that is in the proces of being transferted into a bonneted truck and here is the new ‘Longline’ version of the S-cab. This one is being build at Van Winkoop in The Netherlands. This…Continue Reading

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Scania P-cab looks ready for launch!

Scania P-cab looks ready for launch!

The new Scania P-cab seems ready for launch. When we see these photo’s the design looks ready. What we see here are two versions of the P- daycab. One has a realy flat roof. The type is CP17L for that one, and we think the ‘L’ stands for ‘Low’. The other one is the CP17N…Continue Reading

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