I’ve attended the CNY ATHS chapter show every year for the past ten years. It was an impressive streak but one that came to and end this past weekend when I found myself in the Garden State for a number of days. Thankfully my dad was still around to grab a few photos and videos of the festivities. Over the years we’ve seen a lot of coverage from this event on Daily Diesel Dose with many of the trucks being repeats from the prior shows. There’s nothing wrong with that but seeing new trucks is always exciting. This Brockway plow truck is a perfect example.
A very interesting truck for sure and a great survivor. Exact model is unknown but based on that grill and front sheet metal this has to be early to mid 50’s at the most. The cab is throwing me off for some reason, it seems to be a newer style compared to the rest of the truck? If you know, let me know. Below is video of it arriving to the show. Hope you like Neil Diamond.
Everyone loves a good barn find. This 1936 International C30 was found in Lincoln Nebraska. You can still see faint markings for Meadow Gold Dairy on the doors and stake bed.
A nice clip video of the events.
Below a gallery with a few more shots of the Brockway plow, another ’76 Brockway 761, a few more shots of the International and a nice “mini” 1977 Peterbilt 359 pickup. I think my dad did a pretty good job with the coverage don’t you?
More photos can be found here. Thanks Andy.