Another look at the H-65's. Note the one on the right. It's air horn is sideways and the large fuel tanks. This truck was sold new to Consolidated Freightways in 1955. The build records show the dealer adding Freightliner tanks, driver seat, back cab lights, air horn, and mirrors. The truck then was resold to Haney Truck Lines of Portland, Oregon in 1958 by Mack. Rumor is that Consolidated bought it to experiment with pulling triple trailers. Why and how Mack ended back up with it is not known. But the museum sent the records that show both sales happening for this one truck.