Check out these COEs from Alabama ATHS show

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Several vintage cabovers showed up for the annual American Truck Historical Society’s Heart of Dixie chapter’s Trucks on the Lake show on Lake Guntersville in Alabama Saturday. Truck drivers from all corners of Alabama traveled to bring their trucks to the show, and one driver from as far as Old Fort, Tennessee, brought their truck out.

Glenn McCullough's 1978 Peterbilt. McCullough is from Kennedy, Alabama.Glenn McCullough's 1978 Peterbilt. McCullough is from Kennedy, Alabama.

Tony Martin, from Elmme, Alabama, brought his 1973 Kenworth K123 to the show.Tony Martin, from Elmme, Alabama, brought his 1973 Kenworth K123 to the show.

Jermey Cowart's 1980 Mack F Model.Jermey Cowart's 1980 Mack F Model.

Mike Hill, from Albertville, Alabama, brought his 1998 International 9800 to the show.Mike Hill, from Albertville, Alabama, brought his 1998 International 9800 to the show.

Jermey Cowart's 1989 International 9670. Cowart brought the truck out from his home town of Fort Payne, Alabama.Jermey Cowart's 1989 International 9670. Cowart brought the truck out from his home town of Fort Payne, Alabama.

Bob Peltit, from Hartselle, Alabama, brought out his 1979 Freightliner COE.Bob Peltit, from Hartselle, Alabama, brought out his 1979 Freightliner COE.

Pete Wood's 1980 Peterbilt 352. Wood is from Arab, Alabama.Pete Wood's 1980 Peterbilt 352. Wood is from Arab, Alabama.

Tony Burrell brought his 1983 Peterbilt 362 down from Old Fort, Tennessee.Tony Burrell brought his 1983 Peterbilt 362 down from Old Fort, Tennessee.