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Show de rig-ueur for truckies, fans

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TRUCKS of all sizes will be competing for top honours at this year’s Penrith Working Truck Show.

Held on Sunday, March 27, more than 12,000 are expected to walk through the Museum of Fire gates and check out the 200 plus trucks.

For more than two decades the trucking fraternity has cultivated their prize rigs into show condition in support of the charity.

Each entry must be working and not just a showpiece or collector’s item.

There are 25 categories with trophies handed out to the best in each class.

The show is co-ordinated by the museum and an army of 150 volunteers help make the day happen.

Country music has always been a major attraction at the show and this year they’ve got Steve Ford, Jonah’s Road, Stephanie Brownlee, Johanna Hemara, Christie Lamb, Sarah Earl and Dan Murphy.

Up to three children are admitted free with each paying adult ticket ($25). They can jump on a dozen different rides and get their face painted.

The Museum of Fire is in the old Penrith Power Station at 1 Museum Drive and the show is on from 8am to 5pm.

Source: Druitt Standard

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