Newest rigs from virtual ATHS truck show

Updated Sep 3, 2020

The American Truck Historical Society held its annual convention and truck show in a virtual format in late May.

In this video, get a view of the newest trucks from 1996-2020 that participated in the truck show portion of ATHS’ virtual event.

Among the trucks featured in this video is a 1996 Kenworth W900L Aerocab owned by Glen Solly in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. Solly has owned the rig for 18 years. It has 4 million miles on it and is powered by a 525-hp Cummins N14 with an 18-speed.

Another featured truck in the video is a 2003 Peterbilt 379 owned by Michael Castaldi in Deltona, Florida. The truck is powered by a Detroit 60 Series with a 13-speed. It features a 320-inch wheelbase and a 132-inch ARI Legacy sleeper. The truck currently has over 2.7 million miles.

ATHS created 23 videos spanning 118 years of trucks, starting with a video showing trucks from 1902 to 1929 and ending with one that includes trucks from 1996 to 2020. In total, more than 1,400 trucks participated in the event.

This video rounds out the entries in this year’s ATHS virtual truck show. Check out all 23 videos on YouTube.