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    • So nobody knows, eh?  I think it's interesting that we have some photos of the still-born Brockway yet nothing exists on the Mack version that was surely more fleshed-out and ultimately reached production.  Weird!  When I look at the Brockway "Superliner" and the Mack version I see little in common, except a big, square grille.  The fenders are completely different.  The Brockway version even has a set-back front axle for cryin' out loud!  Surely this truck must've gone through some significant re-designing at Mack.  For example, they were obviously trying to suggest the R model hood shape with the character line in the sides of the Superliner hood.  I'd really love to know "the rest of the story," as Paul Harvey would say.    
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