Monday, March 12, 2018

Historic Vehicle Show at Clunes 2018 - Part 2 - Mack to Volvo to White

The Ballarat Branch of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Club held their 8th annual Historic Vehicle Show on March 11, 2018 at the Clunes Showgrounds. Great event - we took a photo of most of the trucks on display but there was also lots of historic cars, motor bikes, tractors - it's one of my favourite shows.  This post shows the Macks through the alphabet to the Volvos to the White. To see the trucks alphabetically from Albion to Dodge to GMC, click here. To see the Fords, Internationals and Kenworths, click here.


Rod Calleja's B-model Mack and our 1976 Volvo N10


Rod Callejas B-model Mack and McGrath trailer


Mack Superliner


B-model Mack


R-model Mack


Mercedes Benz 1418


Neat Morris Commercial all the way from Mt Gambier


Rob French's Peterbilt


Another neat Peterbilt


Three wheeled Scammell


Scania


Murray Langford's Scania - also all the way from Mt Gambier. The trucks were parked  a bit close in some areas so hard to get a good photo - don;t know which is better, above or below, so only because it is a European truck, here's two looks at it.




Russell Marshall's Studebaker


Thornycroft


Our 1976 Volvo N10 and 1976 Freighter trailer


Jeff Johnston's Globetrotter with an Albion on the back


Very nice Volvo G88


Graeme Troutbeck's Volvo line up


Graham Troutbeck's F86 Volvo


Graham Troutbeck's FL10 Volvo


Graham Troutbeck's FH16 Volvo
  

Western Star with a tractor load


Neat White.

These photos are from the  Historic Vehicle Show held on March 11, 2018 at the Clunes Showgrounds.  This post shows the Macks through the alphabet to the Volvos to the White. To see the trucks alphabetically from Albion to Dodge to GMC, click here. To see the Fords, Internationals and Kenworths, click here.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the share. The photos all look great. I'm trying to pick out my favorite ones. I would say the Volvo G88 and B-model Mack. But everyone of them are so beautifully designed. Have a great day.
    Greg Prosmushkin

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