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  1. thats the problem i never pass them up 7 military trucks 2 autocars 2 1970 ford f600s one b61 an f700 d4 cat d7 cat dynahoe 490 and im only 26.... it just keeps growing its a bug!!
    4 points
  2. I gotta add my Superdog to this thread..! First pic is the third load I ever pulled with it taken in April 1989. The second pic is a load I pulled last week July 2014..! Bought it new. E9-500, 15 spd. Check out more pics and info in my topic "Me and my Superliner celebrating 25yrs"
    4 points
  3. found a dm800 and started to wonder if theres any model number breakdowns? and waht they mean. for example dm819 dm822 and so on?
    3 points
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  5. some more shots and a far gone b81
    3 points
  6. and it better have long ears a $50 bucks
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  7. I am honored that the Mack Museum has requested to display my B20 Mack. Looking for someone to transport from Fishkill, NY to the museum. in September for Trucktoberfest. I would prefer a Mack to tow her in. If anyone is interested Please let me know. Thanks, Peter
    2 points
  8. some of the superliners been for sale on are lot
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  9. Thought a few pics would be of interest to some of you..! These are from my special day back in March of 1989 taken at South Kentucky Mack Trucks in Somerset, KY. The first pic is of the first time I saw my new Superliner sitting in a line of new Macks.! Second and third pics are my first time in it for a test drive.! Last pic is Tom Hendrix, sales mgr. for So. Ky. Mack, presenting me with the keys..!! Sadly, So. Ky. Mack is no longer. The last time I was thru Somerset, the facility was grown up in weeds.
    2 points
  10. Especially one that's been modified, no original ones ever had light up eyes! Ron
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  11. millions of them on ebay. only worth what someone is willin to pay. some people seem to think hey are made from solid gold. I wont pay more than $50 bucks for a bulldog period
    2 points
  12. Check out my Facebook page for some pics of the Big Dog I bought new in March 1989. E9-500. 15 spd RR. 44K rears geared 4.64. 145,000 original miles. https://www.facebook.com/DennisHuntCompanyLlc?ref=hl&ref_type=bookmark
    1 point
  13. Remember this old truck Jettertrucks?? She's the one in first post last picture.
    1 point
  14. Larry You are right about never knowing the real reason behind the "resignation".. And yes it has been an ongoing process which started almost 3 years ago.
    1 point
  15. Thanks mackey58 I understood what you where saying. I did get a lot of pictures taken of the truck that day and actually met the person that ordered and drove the truck when it was new and he filled me in on all that the truck came with and sure enough aside from it having duel exhaust it is all original. I also got to see the Cappello family the previous owners of the truck and they where happy to see the truck and appreciated that I was not changing the paint color or its looks so that was nice, truck has a nice history in the area and it is identified as a Cappello truck.
    1 point
  16. have seen a few that are hooked up this way but dont cock there leg or just to real different you could have them do the Panda when you wanna wash your wind screen Paul
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  18. Happy birthday............bobby j.
    1 point
  19. yup that punk was runnin around like a chicken, pissed off that all the trucks were sold already. it did actually start 5-10 min late. only know that because I brought my better half and she was not happy. she goes wtf, you drag me here and its starts late. the book says 11 oclock, start the damn auction! I was biddin on the injection pumps but bailed out when they got over the $300 mark a piece for 6 of them... im a small guy. cant afford that. what did the 358 orange Brock with asphalt tank go for??
    1 point
  20. go get that dm and bring it to Conn. would love to get my hands on that. I drove one like that for the last place i worked we would get short on trucks and use it to pave with that was good times you should have seen the guy at the plant when you pull up and ask for 25 ton of class 4 asphalt with a rock truck.
    1 point
  21. DM807 1966-1971 172 DM809 1966-1972 527 DM811 1966-1984 2,797 DM812 1976-1983 357 DM815 1965-1971 478 DM819 1967-1972 75 DM821 1978-1984 63 DM822 1983-1987 15 DM823 1967-1967 4 DM831 1966-1973 157 DM833 1974-1974 1 DM837
    1 point
  22. Yes runs great just got it home !
    1 point
  23. Happy Birthday! Hope it was a good one! Be careful which cake you eat.
    1 point
  24. As I said before on FB have a great day bud . 1 Of these years we need to get to together & drink a beer together being our bdays are 1 day apart .
    1 point
  25. Some of the Macks from the Friday auction. Nothing went for more than 11K, all were in very good shape.
    1 point
  26. Best wishes for a Happy Birthday.!.and truck safe!...............................................Mark
    1 point
  27. Happy birthday. Hope you have a great day.
    1 point
  28. may you find a place to dump an oversized load! enjoy your day!!!
    1 point
  29. Wow-this IS big news-in particular it will be big news up here in "Wellington Mack" country. I was thinking (and I have no ax to grind) when I got that annual report. Look at the "staff". Look at the "office". Look at the "visitors"! 19 visitors per month! Look at the money spent on that sign! Motor Cargo? Who cares? Looks like one donation from a prior "big cheese" sends the entire organization over the cliff like a bunch of lemmings! I look at what the ATCA "Staff" does on a shoestring and I say..."works for me!"
    1 point
  30. That is a nice selection of Dogs!
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  31. Many thanks for the pics and the info. Looks like you got a good bunch of old iron but not for free. Hope and wish you lots of time and power to rebuild those goodies.
    1 point
  32. Al, Good luck at The Buck. Actually I don't think the small town of Martinsburg could handle your burn out!
    1 point
  33. The fleet is Harrisonburg Motor Express. They have a very clean CH that delivers to Pitt Ohio in Harrisburg on a nightly basis, but it's too dark to get a decent photo. There are pics on Hank's if you are interested.
    1 point
  34. Keith thank you for all the beautiful Mack Fire Truck photos for those of us who could not make it to Harrisburg.. Will damn sure be there next year Road Trip
    1 point
  35. Hey Enck762 check my FB page for my secret identity..!! https://www.facebook.com/DennisHuntCompanyLlc?ref=hl&ref_type=bookmarkAlso here are some more pics including the data plate from the McCord B'way. Says M761LL. SN 89327. Noticed others calling it a different model.
    1 point
  36. Great looking chassis at the show.... and the blonde was nice too.
    1 point
  37. Saw a few Macks today. The first R-model is from a concrete company out of Maple Park. I've been by it in the pit a couple times and it looks like a pretty solid truck. The next is a Superliner and I think its from out by Rockford somewhere. In the afternoon I was out at the Petro in Rochelle and spotted a rare and elusive Titan. Its a Perkins Specialized Heavy Haul truck from Minnesota. Was there with a KW. I'm gonna say this was the pusher truck. I think they were parked for the day and the load was parked out along I-39N in a wide spot.
    1 point
  38. I like the old style logo a lot, but have to admit the new logo does grow on you, it is distinctive like the old one and you know who it is.
    1 point
  39. EJ- Every now and then you have to acknowledge the other world. On another note, I'm kicking my ass. I'm about to pull on the scale at Pandolph-Perkins in Sterling the other day with the B. Parked along side the scale is a Lazzaro Granite and a Pao Granite-both loaded with asphalt and both spokes on 24's. I thought after, what a picture-3 Macks on spokes, 24's but 58 years apart! (probably same for the drivers!)
    1 point
  40. This is Vulcan's 990 CAT. Got the wheel chocks under it too just in case it walks away. Safety first at Vulcan
    1 point
  41. We had a few 980's when I worked for Horan Sand and Gravel , I was always impressed by them. My little Cat is in my Avatar, it holds my mail box and annoys the yuppies across the street. Paul
    1 point
  42. This is Brickman Landscaping's DMM.
    1 point
  43. Hell Peter Mack kids don't play in the dirt with toys anymore it's above alot of them they don't even look at trucks or construction or farm stuff yet to this day it's dangerous for me in farm country lookin at equipment find myself on the shoulder lol
    1 point
  44. Today I saw this Bakley Const. RD. They are a small excavating company from the town I grew up in. They have been around a long time. When I was a kid Bakley would have a free sand giveaway day one Saturday in the summer and would drive around town and deliver sand to anybody that needed some for their sand box. Was nice of them. I don't know if a kid nowadays would even know what a sandbox is unless it was a game on an I-pad. Put alot of miles on the Tonka's, Buddy-L,s and Nylint's out there. I'm the little guy filling up my little red wagon in the picture.
    1 point
  45. thats a tall order. Ill see if Chuckie has any.. Eddie Salvato was in the movie carlitos way with al Pacino .. He was the big guy who shot him at end of movie!!
    1 point
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