If you’re into classic trucks you probably have more than one. Possibly a dozen. That just seems to be how it goes with the hobby. Classic car guys, unless insanely rich, usually have one car, maybe two if lucky. To get all your trucks to a show like the ATHS national convention you’re going to need some muscle. Sometimes that comes in the form of vintage ride. Other times it’s the rig that makes you money day in and day out. More than a few trucks from both category made it to York. Let’s take a look.
Plenty of these Dodge L-1000 made it to York. This one on the back of nice looking Peterbilt.
Is that what truck stops looked like back in the golden age?
I’ve seen the Service Trucking classic fleet at Macungie for a number of years now and always dreamed of the day I would see the trucks arrive to a show. It finally happened and I was not disappointed.
Old trucks are always useful. Case in point this 1965 White 4464TDL.
Deviating from the theme of today here is that amazing pair of Mack B-Model dump trucks first seen many, many, weeks ago.
And more! Not all are hauling trucks but they at least have trailers.