Classic trucks are an important part of our heritage and are supported by many enthusiasts in the preservation world and the general public. Events nationwide throughout the year command lots of vehicle entries from the many clubs and preservation groups, and large numbers of the general public. It could be well known liveries from the past, the sound of a particular engine or the smell of diesel that stirs the interest of those who see them. This book has a wide selection of trucks from the early 1900s to late 1970s, some on the rally field, some at work or abandoned - each one has a story to tell.
With a wealth of previously unpublished images, Roy Dodsworth offers a nostalgic and charming look at a range of classic trucks.
Roy Dodsworth has had a lifelong interest in cars, buses and trucks and has over 20,000 images in his photographic collection. He has a Triumph 2500S saloon and a Bertone X1/9 sports car, seen at many classic events. He is a regular contributor to Vintage Roadscene and the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society monthly magazine. He lives in Bradford, West Yorkshire.