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Albums

  1. Macks Updated

    Trucks I have owned from 1996 to present
    WIEUMA
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    WIEUMA Updated
    • 7
    • 0
    • 1
    • 7 images
    • 0 comments
    • 1 image comment
  2. A51T Updated

    My 1951 A51T
    cncFireman
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    cncFireman Updated
    • 2
    • 2 images
  3. Joe's Album Updated

    huppypuppy
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    huppypuppy Updated
    • 2
    • 2 images
  4. A&R Fleet Updated

    REEL ADDICTION
    Album created by by
    REEL ADDICTION Updated
    • 6
    • 1
    • 3
    • 6 images
    • 1 comment
    • 3 image comments
  5. Mack Garbage Trucks Updated

    JBrown Cayman
    Album created by by
    JBrown Cayman Updated
    • 12
  6. 1961H67 Updated

    Jenkins 74 Towing
    1961H67
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    1961H67 Updated
    • 31
    • 0
    • 12
  7. des's b85 Updated

    b 85 poppa.wlmp
    des hockley
    Album created by by
    des hockley Updated
    • 5
    • 5 images
  8. Mack 1964 B47 Dump Updated

    carolalent
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    carolalent Updated
    • 6
    • 6 images
  9. B-Model Emblems & Door Latch Updated

    More parts printed:
    Door latches Emblems Horn button If there's interest, I can custom print emblems
    The blue parts are plastic (PLA) and as-printed without any cleaning. I spent about 10 minutes cleaning the blue parts and then sprayed them with primer. Another 20 minutes detailing can make a big difference Plastic can be chrome plated, but it requires a lot of prep work as every flaw will show The Horn Button
    Still tweaking the pieces Three pieces Super-glued together Will need detailing to look smooth like the original I'm not sure the hardware for my horn button is correct - the button is too far above the steering wheel Door Latches
    Not sure how the plastic will hold up. It wouldn't pass today's requirements of: Double lock Door beam Roll-over test 500lb Gorilla tugging on the handle But, they're better than what's on my truck If there's interest, I could make a mold and cast them in brass or bronze (or alum or...)
    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 12
    • 0
    • 2
    • 12 images
    • 0 comments
    • 2 image comments
  10. Restoring B-Model Steering Wheel Updated

    Some before and after first priming of steering wheel.
    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 13
  11. Updated B-46 Interior Updated

    Finally got the interior figured out.
    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 9
  12. 1987 RD Mack Updated

    lobo
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    lobo Updated
    • 8
    • 2
    • 1
    • 8 images
    • 2 comments
    • 1 image comment
  13. Radiator, Grill, Heater, A/C & Firewall Updated

    Electric conversion update:
    A/C Stuff - Firewall Heater - 4000 watt Radiator Grill - moveable louvers




















    Keith S
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    Keith S Updated
    • 20
  14. Bobby Covert's Mack (Bumblebee) Updated

    Mack B-615 237 Maxidyne Quad box single axle tractor
    Bobby Covert
    Album created by by
    Bobby Covert Updated
    • 18
    • 0
    • 3
  15. Mack Savage FDM Series Trucks Updated

    I Dedicate This Album To The Only Mack Truck Model Considered An Outcast. Let's Give It Up For The Mack Savage FDM Series Front Discharge Mixer. The World's Most Hated And Unwanted Mack Concrete Mixer Trucks.
    Christopher Winston
    Album created by by
    Christopher Winston Updated
    • 50
    • 0
    • 2
  16. Paul's Mrs Mack Updated

    picture's of my old bucket of bolts
    mrsmackpaul
    Album created by by
    mrsmackpaul Updated
    • 23
    • 0
    • 4
  17. 1917 AB Restoration Updated

    Found a one owner 1917 Mack AB near Baltimore MD. Was stored in a house garage since 1988. Prior to that it was stored in a barn on the eastern side of Baltimore since the 1940's. Truck is in excellent condition but will need some TLC 






    JBushneck
    Album created by by
    JBushneck Updated
    • 6
    • 6 images
  18. 1956 B42x Updated

    Swapping out a dead 401 and 9 speed for 673 and 20 speed.



    beatngu
    Album created by by
    beatngu Updated
    • 8
  19. Barry Updated


    Barry Green
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    Barry Green Updated
    • 1
    • 1 image
  20. New Tires & Rims Updated

    First fitting of the new tires and rims.
    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 5
    • 5 images
  21. Wiper Motor - Air Updated

    So here's what's inside an air wiper motor.
    And an idea of what the side tanks will look like.






    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 6
    • 6 images
  22. 1993 CL713 Updated

    tmcintire
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    tmcintire Updated
    • 7
    • 0
    • 5
    • 7 images
    • 0 comments
    • 5 image comments
  23. Untitled Album Updated

    tippi98custom
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    tippi98custom Updated
    • 11
    • 1
    • 5
    • 11 images
    • 1 comment
    • 5 image comments
  24. 87 freedom superliner Updated

    Tice350
    Album created by by
    Tice350 Updated
    • 3
    • 0
    • 4
    • 3 images
    • 0 comments
    • 4 image comments
  25. eMack Photos Updated

    Up to now most of my pictures have been of fixing/restoring/modifying the truck for changing over to electric. 
    This album will start the electrical

    Keith S
    Album created by by
    Keith S Updated
    • 47
    • 2
    • 27
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  • Image Comments

    • Right on man very well put and with all the modern trucks these days slope nose plastic... that old stuff really stands out sounds like a fabulous idea you got frankly I wish I was rich and didn’t have to work anymore except for messing with these old trucks staring with the DM I’ve heard for 25 years and hardly looks any different Ha ha ha ... bob
    • Just figured I’d add the few times we’ve had dump trucks and semis and even a little pickup one time, escort us almost when we took one of the firetrucks onto a highway. Really makes me want to replace the old fire radios that don’t work anymore anyways with a CB radio cuz those guys have tried to talk to us that way before. Point being, everyone seems to eventually bow down to the kings of the road, old Macks. Most people are scared and drive cautiously around them, the rest will ensure a safe journey. The smiles and rubbernecking of some little kid in his mom’s minivan as they pass us, or the beaming blue collar worker on his commute slowing down to admire the truck... words can’t give justice to how that feels.
      Me and my significant other have said when we don’t work anymore we’re taking as many trucks as we can on a tour of the country one summer, a bunch of different shows, we just need to collect those trucks... she really wants a blue H model to cruise around in one day... really makes me wish I had a ton of money just lying around to be able to accumulate as many as guys like Superdog.
    • I’ve got a lot of photos of my old rig I will post them one of these days when I find them ha ha Ha..bob
    • Don’t know if you knew this but I actually owned one 1962 F600 first truck as an owner operator back in 1983 but yes I have a lot of fun memories especially our trip from Massachusetts to Florida when I was only 15 there was thousands of them running down 95... bob
    • 2013 CXU mp8 445C Been a good one, 1.2 million miles on it, not been apart yet.
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