The American Truck Historical Society’s National Convention and Antique Truck Show is underway now through 6 p.m. Saturday at the York Expo Center in York, Pennsylvania. Every year, the show features the largest collection of historic freight-hauling vehicles in the country, along with food, seminars and more.
OOIDA Life Member Dave Sweetman, owner-operator leased to Horseless Carriage Carriers of Paterson, N.J., heads to York with a KB International and truck no. 1, a 1951 bullnose Kenworth. The antique trucks are owned by Horseless Carriage founder and owner Frank Malatesta.
According to reports from York and the ATHS website, 1,000 trucks and trailers are already on the show field. The show is going on at the York Expo Center, located at 334 Carlisle Avenue in York, Pa.
Show hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. An adult daily pass costs $10; kids 15 and under get in free.
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