|Not often you see a Ruggles. They were built in the US and Canada in the early 20s.|
|1964 International AB130. |
These and the smaller wellside models with single rear tyres were quite popular in the 60s and 70s.
|These earlier models were also popular. |
The coupe type cab was an Australian adaption of the original American cab.
|1968 International F1800D Loadstar. |
These were a popular truck in many parts of the world and were one of the models built by International in England during the late 60s. The power plant is a 6 cylinder, 2 stroke Detroit of the 53 series.
|1997 Ford Louisville is an Australian adaption of a popular American model.|
|International's Australian division built many trucks for Australia and New Zealand with fully Australia designed cabs which bared no resemblance to any of their American models.|
This example from the T-line series is a 1981 TF2670.
|One entrant had hired this 2015 Kenworth K200 to get his exhibits to the Expo.|
|Another used this Kenwort T650.|
|That big square grille could only be a Mack Superliner.|
|Nice old 70s Canadian built Kenworth.|
|Ford Model T...|
|...and a 1929 Chevy.|
|Very impressively painted Kenworth.|
|One of the predecessors to the T-line in the Australian range was the 3070.|
Usually powered by the Cummins 903cid V8.
|The R series Mack was a truck that worked hard on New Zealand roads in all sorts of duties, but particularly in the logging industry.|
|Superbly restored Kenworth logger.|
|Australian Leader and similar looking Mack F series. |
Tiny sleeper was added to give more room in the cab for paper work when it was a working truck..
|Gleeson's Ford V8 looking like it's just turned up with a load of household goods from the 1940s.|
|Another very smart Mack Superliner.|
|Freightliner Argosy was also there to transport an exhibitor's machines.|
|This 1947 International K6F was the manufacturer's smallest tandem drive model at that time.....|
|....with the interior just as lovingly restored as the exterior and typical of American trucks of that era, it is petrol powered.|
This truck was my pick of the whole show.