Choosing the right image to represent yourself and your fleet can be a challenging process, yet Lindsay Taylor continues to make it look simple, having placed a procession of visually stunning rigs on the road. However, with his latest venture, he has out done himself. His amazing Scania, in stark white with bold airbrushed murals, is a show stopper. Lindsay said the Scania is a departure from his normal choice, an American rig, however he chose the Scania as his brother Albie wanted a Scania to drive. The Scania has been kitted out with all the best gear and was built to handle the big loads with its high productivity Jackson Enterprises curtainside body and five axle trailer. Yet it is the dramatic paint work, mixing teal with purple, which absolutely hogs the limelight. First of all Lindsay's cousin, Danny Wallace of Otorohanga Panel-Beaters, high lit the cab with the bold purple skirts. Then recognised airbrush artist, Darren Caulfield, was set to work creating the works of art on either side of the cab, and on the rear panel. The result is fantastic and makes this truck a worthy winner of the Imron® Fleet Line Image Award for March.