Trucks from the Past at ATHS Annual Convention [Photos]

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The American Truck Historical Society’s annual National Convention and Truck Show in Harrisonburg, Virginia, drew around 6,000 attendees to view nearly 700 trucks, from a 1920 Corbitt G to a W900 cabover.

“There was a diverse display of trucks — large, small, antique, working and unrestored — for our guests to explore and enjoy,” said Laurence Gration, ATHS executive director, in a press release. The next event will be held June 9-11, 2022, in Springfield, Illinois.

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