Photos: What we saw on day three of the vintage truck convention

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Updated Jun 8, 2015
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Today (Saturday, May 30) was a busy day at the York (Pa.) Expo Center as truck after truck arrived to the approval of an overflow crowd attending this year’s American Truck Historical Society (ATHS) convention. It’s official, this year’s gathering drew the largest number of vintage trucks of all shapes, sizes, makes, models and ages of any such event, according to John Vannatta, chairman of the organization’s Board of Directors. Here’s what we saw … and enjoyed seeing.

Plenty of paparazzi at the ATHS show with lots of trucks to shoot


Spied in the parking lot: you know what he’s all about.


Part of the gallery watching trucks arrive at ATHS convention today.


Vendors had plenty of wares to share.


This person was obviously in the right place at the right time.


These two cab overs from Quebec got a lot of looks today.


A REAL Big Mack


Plenty of watchful eyes on today’s arrivals.


Folks walked and rode through the rows of trucks at the York (Pa.) Expo Center.


Ever see that classic trucking movie?


Trucks poured into the York Expo Center today.


Plenty of pix


Major Peterbilt COE at the ATHS show


Only a modest — one truck — outbreak at the ATHS convention. Some of the trucks that helped make this year’s ATHS show the biggest ever.