The ATCA is an antique truck club that was founded in 1971. The club is based out of Boyertown PA and is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and operation of all types of antique trucks.
Every year at the Macungie Memorial Park in Macungie PA, they hold their national truck show. The trucks that rolled into this year’s show came from all over - some trucks came as far as Canada and Wyoming.
The owners of these meticulously restored trucks love to put them on display every year for the spectators and fellow truck drivers to see. A big hit at this show, to go along with the trucks, is the huge flea market that they have. The flea market has almost any type of antique you could ever thing of, including antique signs, old Mack hood ornaments, and scale replica toy trucks. Almost anything you can think of buying, they will have it at the flea market. To top it all off the Mack plant up the street has tours going on during the week of the event.
For more info you can go to www.antiquetruckclub.org, or you can call the club directly at 610-367-2567. Make sure you mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on another sure to be fantastic event in 2018.
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