We don't know what this is - but we think it's American
Four Chevs - one above and three below.
Ian Lee's Princess Diana Diamond, above.
Des and Julie Walker's Diamond and Aldo Marson's is below.
John and Jan Knight came all the way from Coonabarabran in their Diamond. Below, is one all the way from South Australia.
Paddy Ward's Federal, all the way from Orange. He also had two Kenworths on display, his fleet is shown below.
A proliferation of Fords were displayed.
Sean Denny's Ford and with his other Ford, below.
Russell Marshall, HCVC stalwart and Ford owner.
Donny McGregor's Ford.
This is the 1928 Graham Brothers fire tanker owned by the Maffra Fire Brigade.
Trevor Davis' 1927 Inter starts the Inter line-up.
John and Bev Ferguson's KB3
Steve Bragg, President of the American Truck Historical Society and Inter owner.
Colin Hooks's Inter
Bruce and Helen Parroissien - all the way from down the road.
Geoff East's Inter
Because I like this one, I have included two views.
One blue Inter with two red Inters on the back, and a pink car on top as well.
The solitary Peterbilt on display
Four Whites, one above and three below
This post shows the American trucks - there was one Buick, some Chevs, Diamond Ts, one Federal, many Fords, a Graham Brothers fire truck, Inters, a Peternilt, 2 REOs and some Whites. If you want to see the Macks, which were the featured make, then click here. If you want to see the Dodges and Kenworths then click here. To see the English and European trucks, click here.