Thursday, August 16, 2012

Dubbo Vintage Truck Show 2012 - Part 1

The Golden Oldies Truck Club ( held their fifth Vintage Truck Show at the Dubbo Showgrounds on August 11 and 12. We took the Volvo and the Benz up and we had a fantastic time.  There were apparently about 260 trucks in all, with International being the featured make.  If you want to see the Internationals then click here. If you want to see Kenworths, Macks, Peterbilts and Whites, then click here. All our other photographs are here.

These are our two trucks on the back of the working truck and the Topstart trailer. This was taken at Harden on the way home.
1974 1418 Mercedes Benz and our 1976 N1025 Volvo below.

Austins, above and below. There is also an Atkinson in the photo below.


1928 Chev
1935 Chev
Cream Chev
Green Chev
Another green Chev
1937 Chev
Very neat looking Chev
Red Chev
Two Commers. Bruce Gunter's is a familiar sight on the truck show circuit.

Diamond REO owned by Green's Transport, Bourke.
Diamond REOs owned by Joe Zammit and Rod Calleja.
Stephen Corstorphan's Diamond T
John and Jen Knight's Diamond T
How nice is this? Lovely looking Diamond T
Dodges - one above and four below

Early 1950s Federal Ampol tanker
Federal Scout
Great looking Ford
Fords - green one above and three red ones below

Another Ford

This is a Halfinger, made in Austria.
These vehicles, above and below,  are from the Hunter Valley Classic Commercial Vehicle Club
That's an Overland bus, below, and a bus that has been made into a tow truck

There were three other Mercedes Benz trucks, apart from ours. The one, above, belongs to Ian and Nerida Bartholomew of the Hunter Valley Club.

Osh Koshs. That's what I'll be buying if we ever get an American truck

That's a REO Gold Crown ( I think) above and a REO Speed wagon, below

Thames Trader
Two more Volvos. That's a N1215 above and a F86, below.

If you want to see the Internationals on display, then click here. To see the Kenworths, Macks, Peterbilts and Whites, click here. If you want to see our photos from the 2010 Dubbo Truck show, then click here.


  1. Absolutely fantastic site. A must see event. Will try and get to Dubbo next year to see for myself. Can't wait.

    1. BJ, you're in luck as it's on this year, not next!