One of the late-season fixtures of the truck show calendar is, unlike most other shows in this COVI-19-interrupted year, happening this weekend.
The 31st annual Mack Days show is being held as planned Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2 and 3, at Gerhart Equipment in Lititz, Pennsylvania.
While the show features Mack trucks of all models, and years, other vintage trucks are also welcome. There is no entry fee or admission charge.
There is one change this year. Organizers say that in order to make the best use of the space available, they are not allowing modern trailers on the show field, only antique trailers will be permitted.
In addition, all participants and guests “must adhere to CDC, state, and local guidelines.”
In addition to a field full of vintage trucks, the show features a truck flea market, music, and food.
The show is hosted by the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Antique Truck Club of America and Gerhart Equipment.