Nesci Transport's V8 Scania. Photo Contributed
Nesci Transport's V8 Scania. Photo Contributed Contributed

Stylish V8 Scania is a super rig

IT'S only fitting that Nesci Transport's V8-powered Scania delivers fuel for V8-powered supercars.

This R730 has been purpose designed as a dedicated fuel delivery truck supporting major Australian race series meets.

And when it's not towing fuel its working as one of the Nesci Transport fleet.

The prime mover's all-over paint is the Nesci fleet colour BMW Aspen Silver which has been enhanced by Bob Conway's signwriting and some delicate pin striping.

Add to that lashings of chrome and this truck really stands out among V8 transporters or on the road.

The fuel tanks are painted the same as the body, with chromed tank straps and parts of the cab usually finished in black plastic have been colour-coded.

A custom chrome cover for the AdBlue tank has been added along with chromed guards over the rear wheels.

There's also custom box sections between the two guards to finish the look off.

Along the bottom of the tanks there's running lights as well as on the vertical trailing edge of the side wind deflectors.

A custom US style bull bar has been built including front mud flaps and a chromed plate between the flaps.

Inside the truck has been trimmed in Alfa Romeo red leather and embossed with the Scania crank logo.

There's a sports car-style steering wheel, tailor made red floor mats and Scania Mini Cool air-conditioner.

We hear that Kevin Nesci, who owns the truck, even puts mats on top of the custom mats so they don't get dirty.

This Scania is a standout not just for it's looks but performance as well.

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