|Being Spring, the weather varied from warm sunshine to cold wind and pouring rain, but this did not deter the truckers. Though I suspect a few more trucks may have turned up if the conditions had been better.|
|1995 Ford Louisville LTS800 heads along Ferguson Street in the parade.|
|A wave from the passenger in the 1947 Chevrolet Thriftmaster.|
|Garrity Bros. from Greytown had both of their Dodge 900Ts there. This one is Detroit 6V53 powered, whereas the other example has the V8 Perkins as originally fitted.|
|Max, who has contributed many pictures to this blog in the past, |
was there, and took this photo of a mixed make line up.
|Max also snapped this one of Clive and Darren Taylor's 1954 Mack B41X.|
This is somewhat of a rarity as only a couple of hundred of this model were made and as few as 5 examples are believed to still exist. 170hp and a 10 speed duplex transmission.
|Reid's Transport's 1975 Kenworth has been on my blog before, still working|
I sincerely hope Ray is in the cab somewhere, but in this photo it looks as if Ruby is driving..
|C model ERF 8 wheeler looks like a worker with its load of packing cases.|
|the 1956 Chevrolet 1300 appears to have had a considerable amount spent on it.|
|There were some modern trucks too. This 2012 Kenworth K108 was one of the rigs giving rides.|
|Painted as a John Deere service truck this 1946 Chev certainly looks smart.....|
|....but I can't forgive the sign writer for the unnecessary apostrophe.|