Kenworth » series 500 "Bull Nose"
The first new postwar truck with cab over the engine layout was the range 500. This version used doors, roof elements and chassis from conventional models of 500 series. For the original shape of the front end the truck received nickname "Bull-Nose". Interestingly, the cab of the truck didn't tilt, and was rigidly fixed to the frame. Service of the engine was either from the cockpit or below. Cabin was available in both day and sleeper version. The range included model 521 (4x2), 523 (6x4) and 524 (6x2).