With a perfect Saturday forecasted, the Brockway trucks were ready to parade down Homer Ave. to Rt. 281 then towards Clinton St. as they head their way to Main Street in Homer.
The Huskies rolled into Main Street around 9am to much fanfare with residents and tourists waving, taking pictures, and enjoying the sight of the Huskies.
This was the 22nd year for the National Brockway Truck Show and Brockway Truck Show Organizer Shirley Randolph said they had a huge turnout from Brockway Truck Preservation members.
Brockway Motor Company was a builder of heavy-duty trucks in Cortland from 1912 to 1977.
Originally founded as Brockway Carriage Works in 1875 by William Brockway in Homer. His son converted it to a truck manufacturer by 1909.