So I got em today this is what I will run on my 39 ED pickup...what do you think ?? off work due to a not so proud fall off the latter at the house, shoulder is pretty jacked up..not broken but the MRI is Thursday so I will see if the Tendons are torn or not.
Here is my great grandpas fleet of Mack EGX trucks.. Gus#9 is in the picture, her driver Ben is in the picture... my great grandpa is in front of#1, and my grandpa Jerry is standing in front of #3.. I have the only remaining Mack of this fleet.. handed down 4 generations.
This is my families fleet of 1944-1949 Mack EGX trucks. My great grandfather is standing in front of truck #1, my grandpa is standing in front of truck #3, and Ben Rowley is standing in front of Gus#9 way down the line!
working on deal for it right now. Runs excellent, 350K original miles on a 500HP E9, 10 sp, Reyco air ride suspension, Burgundy interior that just needs a good cleaning, aluminum Budds all the way around, Double eagle sleeper
Our family fleet of 1944-1948 Mack EGX trucks. My great grandfather August (Gus) is standing in front of truck #1, My grandpa Jerry is standing in front of Truck #3 and Ben Rowley is standing in front of Gus#9 way down the line! Pretty cool picture, and I have the only remaining truck left of this fleet...Gus#9
I was trying to see if this unit was still around, could only find anything about the Super Pumper and feared this was scrapped! So glad to see it's still around, I just wish they could get together sometime and give a presentation of how they operated back in the day...