COEs shine at ATHS show in Upstate New York

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For a smallish show in rural Upstate New York, the Hudson Mohawk Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society event draws more than its fair share of great vintage trucks. Among the 325 entries at the chapter’s show late last month in Ballston Spa north of Albany were numerous excellent examples of the cab over engine genre. Here’s a selection of the COEs at the chapter’s 30th annual show, including a rare White 3000 from 1960.

1984 Kenworth K100 owned by Daniel Trudeau of Montreal.1984 Kenworth K100 owned by Daniel Trudeau of Montreal.

1960 White 3000 owned by Jim Vollaro of Patterson, New Jersey. Has a 220 Cummins and 10-speed Fuller.1960 White 3000 owned by Jim Vollaro of Patterson, New Jersey. Has a 220 Cummins and 10-speed Fuller.

1980 Peterbilt 352 with a 3406 CAT and 13-speed. Owned by Mike Staats of Newfane, Vermont1980 Peterbilt 352 with a 3406 CAT and 13-speed. Owned by Mike Staats of Newfane, Vermont

1979 Western Star owned by Carl and Pete Caporal1979 Western Star owned by Carl and Pete Caporal

1985 Freightliner owned by Castiglioni Transport of Chichester, New Hampshire1985 Freightliner owned by Castiglioni Transport of Chichester, New Hampshire

1990 International 9670. The former grain hauler is owned by Walter White from Napierville, Quebec, Canada.1990 International 9670. The former grain hauler is owned by Walter White from Napierville, Quebec, Canada.

1985 Kenworth K100E1985 Kenworth K100E

1985 Kenworth K100 owned by Crown Hay and Feed of Amsterdam, New York1985 Kenworth K100 owned by Crown Hay and Feed of Amsterdam, New York

1984 Freightliner owned by Douglas Moore of Huntington, Quebec, Canada1984 Freightliner owned by Douglas Moore of Huntington, Quebec, Canada

1978 GMC Astro 95 owned by Frank Sprague of Wilmington, Vermont1978 GMC Astro 95 owned by Frank Sprague of Wilmington, Vermont

1956 Mack H63 owned by Charlie Tackaberry, Athens, Ontario, Canada.1956 Mack H63 owned by Charlie Tackaberry, Athens, Ontario, Canada.

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David Hollis is editor of Truckers News and may be reached at davidhollis@randallreilly.com