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    #1 OFFLINE   pavrguy3

    pavrguy3

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    • Location:new boston nh
    • Make:mack
    • Model:b 85
    • Year:1961

    Posted 28 February 2008 - 09:35 PM

    :mack1: gentlemen, i'm thinking of purchasing a 1961 b 95 mack fire truck , open cab, the twin to the truck i chased on my stingray bike in my youth, been sitting for about 10 years, whats the chance this 707 gas motor is siezed ? if so can they be 'freed up' , i hear parts for this this model are impossible to find, 2500.oo asking price, body is solid , worth saving ?? thanks for your help

    #2 OFFLINE   Charlie Hatfield

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    • Location:Louisville, Kentucky
    • Make:Mack
    • Model:BB
    • Year:1929

    Posted 29 February 2008 - 09:27 AM

    Not a bad price for that truck, need to post picture, Make sure of all systems working. Engine parts are scarce, but shouldn't need any unless it has a problem also.

    #3 OFFLINE   BigRedMack

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    • Location:Utah
    • Make:MACK
    • Model:B61
    • Year:1960

    Posted 04 March 2008 - 03:00 PM

    hey i have unsezied a few gas engines with a mixture of diesel fuel and ATF fluid that is pourd down the spark plug ports and let sit for about a week then either got a breaker bar on the bolt that comes to the cam shaft or just drug it behind my wrecker ive done in on a combine and a internatinal pickup

    #4 OFFLINE   1961mackb61t

    1961mackb61t

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    • 56 posts
    • Location:Sparta NJ
    • Make:Mack
    • Model:B61T
    • Year:1961

    Posted 07 April 2008 - 04:48 PM

    :mack1: gentlemen, i'm thinking of purchasing a 1961 b 95 mack fire truck , open cab, the twin to the truck i chased on my stingray bike in my youth, been sitting for about 10 years, whats the chance this 707 gas motor is siezed ? if so can they be 'freed up' , i hear parts for this this model are impossible to find, 2500.oo asking price, body is solid , worth saving ?? thanks for your help

    To me it sounds like a great deal. Yeah and amke sure that all fo the systems work of that fire truck. Good luck

    #5 OFFLINE   MADDOG93

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    • Location:PORT CHESTER, NEW YORK
    • Make:mack
    • Model:r685t
    • Year:1968

    Posted 11 April 2008 - 10:06 PM

    WELL DID YOU GET IT. WILL NOT SELL MINE FOR LESS THEN 10,000.00 1957 B95 #1070 EX PORT CHESTER NEW YORK




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