|The ATHS show was held at the Schneider National OC in Aberfoyle Ontario.
They had this tractor displayed.
|This Fargo pick up was parked near the front.||This pick up is based on a 1969 Kenworth|
|KROME TRANSPORTATION was displaying this 1965 B61 Mack.||This Kenworth VIT Canadiana model is a former Mackie Moving tractor.|
|Here is a Freightliner daycab from Proctor Cartage. Stephen Proctor would bring another Freightliner as well.||Jim Heriott brought his fleet up from Port Colborne Ontario.
Picture 8 is his GMC Brigadier.
Picture 9 is the sign giving the history of his outstanding 1975 KW W925. Unfortunately I found when I got home and downloaded my pictures I hadn't taken a clear shot of it
|This is a beautifully restored Autocar.||This is a 1960 White COE||Doug McKenzie brought "The Big Green Truck" .
It has another owner but still works for Midland.
|There was a large turnout of restored pick up trucks and even a couple of classic cars.|
|This is a 1949 Diamond T brought up from Texas and restored.||Stephen Proctor brought another Freightliner.
It had a Ford Super Duty tractor on the deck.
|This 1964 Ford was my favourite from the show. There was a similar truck all "fixed up" near me when I was young.|
|This White Super Power is a beautiful "prototypical" restoration. Chrome and shine wasn't common in the early 1960's.||As we travelled back down Highway 6 towards home we spotted Billy Baker's Kenworth Bull Nose tractor on it's way to the Truck Show.
|Cam Hiltz Trucking parked it's B61 Mack
next to Krome Trucking's B61.
|Although not common when the B61's ruled the highways; the aluminum Budd wheels do look sharp.||Vern Drylie admires the restoration job on the Cam Hiltz Mack.|
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