The Mack truck is the feature vehicle for the 2019 Wauchope Yesteryear Truck and Machinery Show.
The annual event is at the Wauchope Showground on July 13, 14.
A popular event, the show features historic and late model working trucks, tractors, machinery, stationary engines, working chainsaw displays, vintage cars and motorcycles.
Proceeds from the event are distributed to local charities, said one of the organisers Greg Cavanagh.
"We are expecting a large collection of old trucks, tractors, cars, motor bikes and engines," he said.
"Many of the vehicles, some 70 years or more older, will go in the parades at 1pm Saturday and about 11am Sunday where the public can see and hear the old gear in action.
"The engine stand will be manned on both days with exhibitors keen to run their engines and engage with the public.
There will a swap meet and market stalls to add to show colour.Greg Cavanagh
"There will a swap meet and market stalls to add to show colour.
"We are also hosting a Tappet Cover Race where competitors make a mini vehicle out of the tappet covers of an engine and race their contraption down a special chute. This will create plenty of fun."
Wauchope Lions Club and Westpac Rescue Helicopter Hastings Group will man food stalls with a great range of hot tasty food. Hot coffee stalls will also be working.
Mayor Peta Pinson will open the show at 11.30am on Saturday.
Mr Cavanagh said entrance gates will be manned by Huntington Fire Brigade, Riding for Disabled and Wauchope Masons Group.
"This is a way for our club to allow other small social groups to raise income.
"We will be holding a dinner on Saturday night at which we conduct our annual auction to raise money, which is distributed to local charitable groups.
"We have raised about $4000 each auction in previous years."