Only Osh Kosh on display
There were two Seattle cab Kenworths on display - John was on seventh heaven seeing them - the one in original condition, above, and the very snazzy red one, below.
John Knight's SAR
Blitz - Chev or Ford?
Chev tow truck
What's this? A Diamond T or a Mack?
A delightful display of Dodges
A fabulous flock of Fords
The Arnott's Ford and Albion
The final Ford
An interesting collection of Inters
Inter T-line 2670
Many Macks made their way to the show. The one, above, was very nice a 1942 model.
This is a Republic. The Republic Motor Truck Company began manufacturing trucks in 1913 in Alma, Michigan as the Alma Motor Truck Company. They changed the name in 1914. They were the largest manufacturer of trucks in America in 1918-1919 and produced over 10,000 trucks. In 1928 they were acquired by the Linn Manufacturing Corporation and merged with American-La France in 1929 and became La-France-Republic Corporation. They cold trucks under the Republic name in England until 1931. (Source: The Complete Encyclopedia of Commercial Vehicles)
Here are the Whites
This post shows most of the American trucks. To see British, European and Japanese trucks, plus some historic fire engines and police cars - click here.