I arrived at a farm auction this summer to see roughly twenty-five nice trucks. They were lined up in long, straight rows in a field, ready for inspection. It was impressive.
Founded in and based in Boyertown, PA, the ATCA is an organization of people who own or have an interest in antique commercial vehicles. While fun is always at the top of our list, we take our stewardship of these pieces of history seriously and have specific goals and objectives to:. We invite you to spend some time here on our website to learn more about our organization and its chapters.
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She has many fond memories of riding in them with her dad, as a child! Since her dad grew up on a farm, tractors also hold a soft spot in heart. Her dad had a large collection of them and they have since been passed on to her brother.
Skip to main content Antique Trucks. In Stock. I bought 3 of these and 3 in blue.
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Photo by Jim Park. What struck me while walking the show was how many of the trucks on display I had driven over the course of my career — not the actual trucks, mind you, but similar models. It was a bit like going out for dinner with all your ex-wives and former girlfriends at once.
While just about every car geek is familiar with classic pickups like the '40 Ford, Series 1 and 2 Chevys, and perhaps even more unique 4x4s by Marmon-Herrington mostly for Ford and Napco mostly for Chevy and GMCchances are many are unaware of the niche orphans and forgotten variants on this list. I feel no guilt about this mission. Go get one!
Dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et ea commodo lorem impsum consequat. Bill had a passion for collecting antique trucks and other trucking memorabilia. We are pleased to be able to share this collection with the general public. Every truck has a story to tell and can provide a unique glimpse back in time.