From shiny big rigs straight off the factory floor to rusty vintage models sporting the original paint work, the Koroit Truck Show had something for everyone.
Colac truck driver Aidan Benson showed off his brand new Kenworth truck on Saturday which he purchased last month.
The former diesel mechanic said he'd always attended truck shows, but this was the first time he had "something worthy" of putting on display.
He described his new truck as "the works burger" which had "all the bling".
"We thought we'd do it once and do it right," Mr Benson said.
Warrnambool's Tom Smith, 91, rolled out a WWII-era Ford Blitz army truck that he'd restored.
Mr Smith said he was too young to join up during WWII, and bought the truck because he "just liked the look of them".
"My father survived the First World War - he served in Egypt and France, and lost a brother in France early in the war," he said. His father, who served in the infantry, was wounded in the shoulder and was sent to recover in England.
He was then sent back to the battlefields of France.
Mr Smith grew up on the soldier settlement sheep farm at Minhamite his father got after the war.
"There wasn't enough work on the farm so I started working on trucks," he said.
Mr Smith had a truck business in Hawkesdale for about 30 years until he retired to Warrnambool.
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