A 1937 Studebaker “Coupe Express” on display at GATS this week.
The American Truck Historical Society has trucks dating back as far as 1937 on display at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas through Saturday.
The trucks belong to club members and include semi trucks and pickup trucks. They are scattered throughout the show floor as well as at the ATHS booth, #27013.
This 1951 White "Mustang," on display at GATS, has a White six-cylinder engine and five speed transmission. It is owned by Lenn Williams of Hillsboro, Texas.
A 1972 Kenworth W900A extended hood is part of the American Truck Historical Society display. It has a Detroit 12V71 engine and belongs to Bobby Robinson of Waco, Texas.
A yellow 1937 Studebaker "Coupe Express" is part of the American Truck Historical Society at GATS. It has a 218 CID engine and three-speed transmission. John Sanders, from Red Oak, Texas, owns the truck.
A vintage car sits on the truck bed of one of the American Truck Historical Society's displayed trucks at GATS.
A bright red 1947 International COE with a GM 454 V8 engine on display at the American Truck Historical Society at GATS. It has an automatic transmission and motorhome chassis. Bill Robinson, from Waco, Texas, owns the truck.
This 1987 Mack "RW" Superliner Liberty on display at GATS belongs to LC Piggott, from Alvarado, Texas. It has a Mack E6 350 HP engine, Mack T2090 nine-speed transmission and Mack Camelback suspension.
This 1979 Kenworth W900A is part of the ATHS display at GATS. It has a Caterpillar 3408 V8 engine and belongs to Billy Robinson, from Waco.
LC Piggot owns this 1986 Mack "R" Model, on display at GATS this week. It has a Mack 300 HP engine with Eaton 10-speed transmission.