This is not the original, but it does have the registration number of the original truck. It has been completely restored in the old style and breathes the time of the past.
Volvo F86 from 1977
This truck was one of the first Van den Bosch bulk trucks and has been part of the Van den Bosch fleet in the Rijkers / Maasoever livery.
During the takeover in 1998, Peter gave this truck to Ad as a gift.
Volvo F88 from 1977
This truck has also served in the Van den Bosch fleet for years. The truck has long been active in special transport, and originally there was a crane on the truck.
Volvo F10 from 1982
The 100th truck in the fleet was a Volvo F10 from 1982. Ad van den Bosch bought this at the time with a full options package at the RAI in Amsterdam.
After proven services, the truck has been restored and has been part of the old-timer collection for some time now.
Kenworth W900L from 1998
This Kenworth W900 L from 1998 is the truck with the highest fleet number in the oldtimer-collection.
In 1998 Peter van den Bosch took over the company from his father. Ad wanted to celibrate this beautiful milestone with a special gift to Peter, and that is why he had this beautiful truck come to Erp.
From 1998 to 2005, the truck has been fully active in the fleet and has made kilometers with Cees vd Poel as his driver. Cees was also often present with the truck on open days of clients, and the truck regularly served as a bridal car.
The Kenworth is also widely used for the transport of beer from the breweries to festivals such as Pinkpop and Lowlands.
The truck has been fully restored after its active service and has been part of the oldtimer-collection ever since.
In different composition ....
This website contains many photographs of the equipment of the Van den Bosch Group. It is not a complete overview, missing photo's are always welcome .