Truth in advertising.
Lined up early for GBATS.
The counter at 4 State Trucks was packed with folks looking to add a little something to make their rigs stand out.
Others just needed a good polish, but it's tough to get noticed when the parking lot is full of beauties.
Some get noticed more than others, however.
Sometimes, it really is best to call in a professional.
Everybody uses fancy hardwoods these days, so how about this floor?
Truckers carried all sorts of 'spares' to GBATS.
An example of some of the rigs you don't see everyday, but there were plenty of wonderments at GBATS.
Like 15-year-old Charlie Disher of Denver, whose dad has let her drive his truck since she was 12 ...
And she drives like this.
These boys are waiting their turns.
Maybe kids should practice with the pedal tractor ...
Before they borrow Dad's pickup and enter a more serious contest.
This boy's mother wonders what he does in the evenings, too.
But it was the dads that had their youngsters standing within inches of the rope line as this trick rider raced around the parking lot.
Food, of course.
And a parade, with townsfolk lining the sidewalks.
GBATS is even a honeymoon destination.
Guilty, as charged.
There's something for everyone at the Guilty By Association Truck Show (GBATS). For those looking for more pictures of the 400+ trucks on hand, visit AmericanTrucker.com for additional coverage.
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