DAF Trucks is a Dutch truck manufacturing company and a division of Paccar. Some of the truck models sold with the DAF brand are designed and built by Leyland Trucks at their Farington plant in Leyland nr Preston, England. DAF produced their first lorry, the A30, in 1949. This lorry was upgraded in the following years. Their first attempt into the international market was a failure, the 2000DO. Their next lorry was 1964 2600, which became a big seller with its well-equipped but practical cabin. In the 1970s a new modular tilting cab called the F218 was introduced on the F1600/F2000 range of vehicles. DAF's 95 series was launched in 1987, and quickly gained the coveted 'Truck of The Year' award. The 95 featured an all new cab developed jointly with ENASA of Spain, a revised version of the 11.6 litre ATI engine, rated at 310, 350, and 380 Bhp, and 16 speed ZF gearbox.
An all-new medium to heavyweight line-up debuted in late 1992, the 65, 75 and 85 utilising the same wedge shaped cab. Powered by DAF's 6.24-litre, 8.65-litre and 11.6-litre engines, some novel styling details featured, while the 85 Series' cab sat 3.94 inches higher on the chassis to clear the WS engine. A short-lived model was the 1990-93 80 Series using the T45 Roadtrain cab acquired from the Leyland Trucks takeover, fitted with the ATI driveline. Also offered for a short period was the 3200, basically a remodelled 2800 with the corporate style, three-bar grille.
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