Above is a neat 1958 Chev and a C60 Chev is shown below.
Another Chevrolet, above.
The Diamond REO, above, is owned by Rod Calleja, from Melbourne. It was originally owned by Fred Love of Morwell and is a familiar sight to those who have frequented Gippsland Truck shows.
A Diamond T, above.
This 1958 Dodge came all the way from Mount Gambier. It is owned by Alistair Armstrong.
An AA110 or 120 International, above. Below is an AL 120. I must get into the habit of writing down the model numbers, because there seems to be a gazillion different International models.
Two really old Internationals, above and below.
Murray Langford's W-model Kenworth, all the way from Mount Gambier.
Paddy Ward from Orange had a W-model Kenworth and a 'shovel nosed' Kenworth, below.
Rod Calleja's B-model Mack, above, and another B-model, below.
Another B-model and a Superliner Mack.
Paul Harrison Transport, had a whole 'fruit salad' of trucks on display, including a Volvo, a Morris Commercial and some Bedfords. He also had the three Macks, above, an R-model and two B-models.
A White Tipper.
There was a good display of restored Fire Engines, shown above and in the next two photographs.
Finally, I want a Road Train. How fantastic is this. It's not a vintage truck, but it got a heap of attention. Darren Peak owns it. Click here to see all the European and English trucks on display.