Looks like we got us a convoy
Truck enthusiasts from across the country converge in Morris for Route 66 trip
Antique semi-trucks bearing license plates from locales as far-flung as Maine and British Columbia could be found in a grassy area north of the TA Travel Center in Morris Thursday night.
Mack, Kenworth and Peterbilt were some of the top names on display as part of the first show associated with the American Truck Historical Society's cross-country convoy, which will travel about 2,300 miles from Morris to San Bernardino, Calif., via the old Route 66 starting today, Friday, Sept. 7.
Bill Johnson, the Kansas City, Mo.-based executive director of the American Truck Historical Society, organized the convoy. He said about 35 trucks, with about 70 participants, were signed up for the event.
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