Members of the American Truck Historical Society’s Kentucky and Indiana chapters brought a fleet’s worth of antique trucks out to the Mid-America Trucking Show. The trucks will be on display throughout the show, March 28-30, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
Tyler Goullon, from Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, owns this 1974 Kenworth W923A. It has a 1693 CAT with a 13-speed transmission.
Matt Chase, from Rising Sun, Indiana, owns this 1979 Kenworth W900A. It has a Big Cam 3 400 Cummmins and 13-speed transmission.
Keith Hodges’ 1979 Peterbilt 352 has a 8V92 Detroit and 13-speed transmission and Eaton rears. Hodges is from Lafayette, Indiana.
Billy Goullon’s 1981 Kenworth W900A has a 3406 A Model CAT with a 13-speed transmission.
Ray Graves’ 1982 Peterbilt 359 has a V8 CAT and a 15-speed transmission. Graves is from Lafayette, Indiana.
Michael Chase, from Vevay, Indiana, owns this 1984 Kenworth K100. It has a Big Cam 4 400 Cummins and 13-speed transmission.
Jason and Debbie Alt’s 1985 Peterbilt 362 has a 400 CAT with a 13-speed transmission and Eaton rears. The Alts are from Lafayette, Indiana.
Billy Goullon’s 1987 Freightliner FLC-120 has a 4 1/4 CAT and 15 Over. Goullon is from Shelbyville, Kentucky.
Dave Stewart, from Lafayette, Indiana, owns this 1987 Peterbilt 359. It has a 4 1/4 CAT and 15-speed transmission.
James and Lucas Carrico, from Springfield, Kentucky, own this 1988 Freightliner FLC-120. It has a 3406B Caterpillar and 15-speed transmission.
Jeff Chase’s 1990 Kenworth W900A has a 60 Series Detroit engine and nine-speed transmission. Chase is from Dillsboro, Indiana.
Kauser Trucking Service’s Transtar 4300.