By golly, we are being asked to stroll down the catwalk for our adoring fans. Imagine that, a prestigious car show (Antique Autos in History Park) is featuring pre-1946 workhorse trucks!! Their official theme for this year is "Trucks, the Workhorse of the 20th Century".
My engin' oil just gets all warm and cozy just thinkin' about it! Dean 'n me attended this show a couple of years ago and it was a blast! See our pic below.
The show will be on Saturday, September 9, 2017 in San Jose, CA. Admission for us (the trucks - okay, cars and our peeps too) is free. The general public has to pay $5 to see our smug mugs. More info is in their announcement: Antique Autos in History Park info
So, here's the plan. Tell your caretakers to drive, trailer, or drag your big rear end to this show so we can put on a GREAT display of early Chevy and GMC technology. After all, the show is sponsored by a F**d club, so we REALLY need to blow their socks off!
Picture these trucks lined up together:
Ed Archer's 1924 Model H 1 ton flatbed
George Childs' 1925 1/2 ton Canopy Express
Herb Sullivan's 1926 roadster pickup
Kelly Silva's 1926 Model X 1 ton flatbed
Dean Meltz' 1927 Model LM 1 ton cattle truck
Mike Quezada's 1928 Model LO 1 ton Canopy Express
Ray Morey's 1928 Model LP 1 ton grain truck
David Duncan's 1929 Model LC 1/2 ton Canopy Express fruit and vegetable truck
Dan and Kaydene O'Day's 1931 pickup
Perk and Joyce Perkins' 1934 pickup
Lou McMillan's 1937 something (he has quite a collection to choose from!)
Hal and Karen Chase's 1936 pickup
Gil and Dorothy Castro's 1937 pickup
Shake off the cobwebs and join us!!! It'll be AWESOME! Spread the word!
Be there or be square!
old and ugly is beautiful!
1927 LM 1 ton cattle truck