This year I took two weeks of vacation and went to the ATHS National Convention Show in Yakima, WA. that ended up having over 800 Trucks and Trailers.
I entered the Chevrolet 1984 Diesel K5 Blazer, because it's the truck I have that I could trust to make the 1500 mile round trip and It is in fact a historic truck at 29 years old. Thanks Blade for keeping it in such good repair for 28 of those years. Without Blade's meticulous maintenance it wouldn't be the special truck that it is.
With 320k miles on it; its a survivor and still my daily driver.
At the show the tools I carry in the Blazer came in handy helping out a GMC owner who arrived with some water pump problems, he did a field replacement shadetree mechanic style with buddies bringing a replacement pump to the show, buying the necessary gaskets from a vendor in the hall and what couldn't be gotten at the show a short trip to the parts store took care of. Props to the guys at http://www.oldgmctrucks.com/
There was so much at the show I didn't even get to photograph most of it. What I have in the slideshow is just a sampling. Nothing compares to being there, hearing the engines, and smelling the exhaust.