HCVAQ president Graham Kircher at the Big Banger Truck Show, Rosewood, Queensland with a restored Bedford Tow Truck.
HCVAQ president Graham Kircher at the Big Banger Truck Show, Rosewood, Queensland with a restored Bedford Tow Truck.

Head for Gatton

AT THE Historic Commercial Vehicle Association of Queensland's 19th show Ed Cameron will be a guest speaker.

HCVAQ president Graham Kircher said Ed was the first person to bring Kenworth to Australia and assemble them and this year marked 50 years of Kenworth in Australia.

As part of the the Historic Truck, Tractor and Machinery Show this year, Kircher said he would like to see 300 Kenworths at the reunion.

Last year's show saw about 300 trucks, including a record 137 Macks for a Mack muster.

Also as part of this year's event will be the 14th Annual Bus and Coach Show.

Head to the Gatton Showgrounds on September 29-30. Kenworth drivers are asked to be in the count on September 29 at 3pm.

Entry for the public is $5, kids under 14 are free and exhibitors get free entry.

For more information visit the HCVAQ website.

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