Set of 40s 1989 Albany NY
Posted December 14, 2013
Posted December 18, 2013
cool man in boston now visiting inlaws weather sucks bob
Posted December 24, 2013
Were those UPS Macks automatics ? The ones I drove for the Post Office (MRs) in the 1990s were automatics. At least you guys had A/C. The Post Office was so much against the drivers being comfortable they use to pay extra to have the factory air and radios removed from the trucks in the factory before delivery. They were so cheap they insisted on air starters, and guess what happened when the tanks weren't drained regularly and we got our first below freezing night up here in New England ? I liked my job, but they were a bunch of ignorant ass---- to work for ! I'm so glad I'm retired now and out of that place forever.
Posted December 29, 2013
All are MHs were 5 speeds, no power steering and no AC till the early 90s. We didn't get power steering till we got the CHs. Sounds like we worked for the same outfit. There is a nice article on me and my MH in this months Bulldog magazine. Rifleman
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