New lease of life given to this workhorse of Amic Haulage. Spending a huge amount of time on narrow rural roads delivering animal feed, we were given the task of making the truck see and be seen!! think we managed to achieve that!!! Full set of rear wind kit lights, rear work light bar with 4 hella worklights, rear chassis bar, mirror guards, top bar with 4 spotlights and 2 beacons, headboard, grille bar with spotlights and under bumper bar.
November 2012 saw J&G Williams of Wrenbury, cheshire take delivery of a new Scania topline for use on their livestock haulage and on general fridge work. the truck joins a mixed fleet of scania, daf and more recently a MAN TGA. “The Bull” as the truck truck became affectionately known, had a variety of accessories added (listed below) and as part of our ever expanding services we helped with the design and application of the new livery, part of which is a cartoonised raging bull with the addition of the scania griffin crown and a V8 freeze brand.
“You know roughly what we want, the rest is up to you” were the instructions from James, so we did, and this is what we came up with. Roll on Phase 2!!!
Spot On Accessories added to “The Bull”
Top bar with 6 hella chrome luminator spotlights
Amber LED downlighters
Danish style headboard = powder coated and liveried
Aluminium sunvisor – vinyled to match the truck with extra spotlights and marker lights
LEDs in the grille in a “W” shape
Under bumper bar with amber led’s
Full set of rear wind kit lights
Metallic grey livery on back of the cab, side of the cab, and bottom of the doors – all part of the new services being offered at Spot On.
Here are some pictures of the other vehicles in the J&G Williams fleet
Over the years Spot On has been supplying more and more items to the well know borders fleet of James S Hislop. There distinctive red and blue livery suits a bit of bling! Here are just a few pictures of some of the trucks we have done for them. Regular class winners at many truck shows, it is very rare to see one of the hislop motors looking their very best