COMPO, Cleggy, Seymour, Nora and Foggy - the five new lorries at Netherton haulage firm The Pink Link.
The 44-tonne trucks have been named after characters from Holme Valley sitcom Last of the Summer Wine.
In July, The Pink Link asked Examiner readers to come up with names for the new lorries.
The firm was following in the footsteps of companies like Eddie Stobart and James Irlam in naming their distinctive cerise vehicles.
More than 200 entries were sent to The Pink Link.
Boss Vicki Davenport said: "We got a fantastic response.
"We were expecting about 50 entries. People sent some really nice comments about the firm, too."
Paul Baillie, from Dalton, was the reader who suggested using Summer Wine characters.
Vicki said: "We thought it was relevant to the area. We had a few Summer Wine suggestions, but Paul was the only one who included Seymour, so we chose him."
For his trouble, Paul won a digital camera.
The second prize winner was Netherton man Peter May.
His suggestion was to name the lorries after Huddersfield place names.
He was given four tickets to Alton Towers theme park.
But Vicki said the firm liked his idea so much, they decided to use it on their fleet of five new 18-tonne trucks.
The trucks have been christened Netherton Nipper, Meltham Mover, Honley Hopper, Flockton Flyer and Emley Express.
The firm has continued further with the theme and named some of its smaller vehicles the Keighley Kid, Bradford Bomber and the Huddersfield Harrier.
Vicki said: "We can keep on extending the names as we get more vehicles."
Linthwaite's Alex Whitwam, 12, was also rewarded for taking part in the competition.
His idea for naming the trucks after flowers was rejected.
But The Pink Link decided to give him a prize for the artwork which accompanied his entry.
He drew a picture of a Pink Link truck featuring his suggested names.
Vicki said: "His entry was fantastic."
Alex was awarded a large tin of Celebrations chocolates.
But he had to share them - with Nora and Ivy from the Summer Wine cast!