Trucks and enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes have met this weekend in Carrick for the Tasmania Truck Show.
The Lions Club of Deloraine hosted the event and organising committee member Brian Watson said turn out was around average.
"We've had lots of people, 92 trucks have come through the judging and quite a few utes in the ute section," he said.
He wanted to thank the rural youth club for organising the ute section and said they were hoping to expand that section in the future.
Any proceeds raised by the show will be donated to the Lions Club Bushfire Appeal.
Paul Anderson owns one of the most unique utes which was on display at the show.
He said he decided to pursue the macabre design for his 1973 Holden two tonne because he wanted to be different.
"I've built cars all my life and I just decided to think outside the box and come up with this," he said.
He said the chassis of the six wheeler was originally built for an ambulance.
While the ute is road legal Mr Anderson said he built the car for shows.
"I can legally use the car as a funeral car, the coffin does come out and I have a tail gate when i want to slip a proper coffin in there."
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The former tattoo artists said he has received a mixed reaction to the ute.
"Some people say it looks a bit scary and then other people say it looks brilliant."
"You can't please everybody but it looks different."
He said it took him over a year to build the car.
"It took 16 months to build the car but when you work for yourself you can take a lot of time off and long hours in the garage."
He said there are 93 skulls on the ute and he is aiming to make that 100.
"I've built cars all my life and I just decided to think outside the box and come up with this."
His mum Jen Anderson who Mr Anderson now cares for said she has always been proud of the cars her son builds.
Nelson Lowther a Meander local had his vintage 1954 Four Ten pickup on display.
He said he restored the truck himself over a three to four year period.
"I just like the simplicity of these vehicles and I just like the nostalgia really," he said.
He said he has always loved trucks.
"Ever since I was child, my family was into trucks and we have also got heavy horses as well ... so it just runs in the blood I reckon."