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    1957 B 75



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    #1 OFFLINE   pavrguy3

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    • Year:1961

    Posted 13 March 2008 - 05:27 AM

    stumbled open a 1957 b 75 open cab mack for sale, former pa truck . light blue in color, trying to contact owner, any one know of fire depts in pa with light blue trucks, thanks :mack1:

    #2 OFFLINE   Firemack

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    • Location:Wayne ,Pennsylvania
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    • Model:B75F
    • Year:1954

    Posted 13 March 2008 - 10:14 PM

    Pavrguy3,

    I have the listing of all of the B75's firetrucks if you have the serial Number (serial number on the pump panel or rt side frame rail) I can tell you where it was originally sold. What shape is it in? There were only 54 B75 Firetrucks made- check and see if it still has the fire truck engine- it should have dual iginition and should be a ENF 464. Engine number is on the right front by the water pump.

    Firemack

    #3 OFFLINE   pavrguy3

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    Posted 14 March 2008 - 07:16 AM

    Pavrguy3,

    I have the listing of all of the B75's firetrucks if you have the serial Number (serial number on the pump panel or rt side frame rail) I can tell you where it was originally sold. What shape is it in? There were only 54 B75 Firetrucks made- check and see if it still has the fire truck engine- it should have dual iginition and should be a ENF 464. Engine number is on the right front by the water pump.

    Firemack

    the truck is in colorado, i called him yesterday, i 'l see if he gets back to me with information, looking for 3500.00 for the truck, i'l keep you posted

    #4 OFFLINE   MADDOG93

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    • Model:r685t
    • Year:1968

    Posted 16 March 2008 - 10:29 PM

    the truck is in colorado, i called him yesterday, i 'l see if he gets back to me with information, looking for 3500.00 for the truck, i'l keep you posted

    I FOUND THE ORIGINAL OWNER FIRE DEPT FROM P. A. AND SENT HIM/THEM A E- MAIL. THEY ARE VERY INTRESTED IN THE TRUCK. ANY HELP IN LOCATING A PHONE # OR CONTACT INFO WILL HELP SAVE THIS RIG AND GET IT BACK HOME WHERE IT BELONGS. THANKS WITH HELP [ANGELO] :mack1:

    #5 OFFLINE   Mack CF

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    Posted 08 June 2008 - 08:37 PM

    The truck is now in vancouver. Truck was originaly from natrona heights pa (about 15 minutes from me) The owner in colorado sold the truck to a guy up in vancouver. I talked to one of the previous owners at the spaamfaa national meet in minnesota. From what it looks like the owner now has intentions to restore the truck and looks like he is keeping it.

    #6 OFFLINE   Mack CF

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    Posted 08 June 2008 - 08:37 PM

    The truck is now in vancouver. Truck was originaly from natrona heights pa (about 15 minutes from me) The owner in colorado sold the truck to a guy up in vancouver. I talked to one of the previous owners at the spaamfaa national meet in minnesota. From what it looks like the owner now has intentions to restore the truck and looks like he is keeping it.

    #7 OFFLINE   Mack CF

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    Posted 08 June 2008 - 09:21 PM

    Its probably this one

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    #8 OFFLINE   heavyhauler

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    • Year:1963

    Posted 09 June 2008 - 12:01 PM

    Pavrguy3,

    I have the listing of all of the B75's firetrucks if you have the serial Number (serial number on the pump panel or rt side frame rail) I can tell you where it was originally sold. What shape is it in? There were only 54 B75 Firetrucks made- check and see if it still has the fire truck engine- it should have dual iginition and should be a ENF 464. Engine number is on the right front by the water pump.

    Firemack


    Randy:

    Would you happen to know anyone who is really knowledgeable about Mack B85F's? In particular, serial numbers 1462, 1463 and 1464??

    Best regards,

    John




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