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Owner-Driver  /  June 29, 2017

The Sydney Classic and Antique Truck Show, held at annually at Penrith’s Museum of Fire, brought together a wide cross section of Australia’s trucking heritage

Penrith’s Museum of Fire hosted its seventh annual Sydney Classic and Antique Truck Show on May 28, bringing together rare makes and models from decades past, as this photo gallery shows.

Museum of Fire CEO and show organiser Mark White, who also runs the annual Penrith Working Truck Show in March with a willing team of volunteers, has been successful in attracting classic truck enthusiasts to the event each year.

Models on display included Fords, Atkinsons, Leylands, Diamond Ts, Kenworths, Dodges, Whites, Western Stars, Macks, Peterbilts, Internationals and, of course, antique fire engines.


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I suppose nobody would argue that Aussie have a taste in trucks.

Neat ex-WW2 Canadian Chevy converted into a firetruck.

Many thanks for sharing those eye candies.

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