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Showing content with the highest reputation on 08/04/2014 in all areas

  1. Mostly a 4 wheeled truck show..but there was some cool stuff there..
    7 points
  2. Been very busy the last month trying to get my new truck done for our town's 150th anniversary parade. I made it!
    7 points
  3. Super turnout at the 7th Annual Show! We had well over 100 vehicles (official count not in yet) and mostly blue skies and sunshine all day! Not a huge BMT turnout but a Motley Crew none the less! Here is a group of Veterans posing with the Normandy Truck! More photos can be found in our gallery: Check back later also, I am still uploading photos to the Gallery! http://www.wattstruckcenter.com/gallery/index.php/Truck-Equipment-Shows/7th-Annual-Truck-Car-Show Thanks for everyone that attended and also a big thanks to all our show supporters! See ya next year!
    4 points
  4. Heres the ones I took.. https://www.flickr.com/photos/12338227@N00/sets/72157646147192031/
    4 points
  5. So what is so "new" about an "offset cab" To those of you from Central Mass, from the "Gargolinski Collection". This was an??LJWS???
    3 points
  6. Here's Some pictures of the B421 My Brother and I have that we never finished restoring. It has the Chyrsler HT413 (EN414) with a baby quad hooked to it. The pictures are from a few years ago. Thanks, Josh
    3 points
  7. I'm selling my 1993 Mack MH 613 E9 V8. The truck is in great condition and have done the following: Complete new a/c system, New front tires, new air horns new marker lights fully services balanced and A lined. I'm asking $27,500. Engine and transmission a great condition. truck is work ready.
    2 points
  8. Nice truck. If only I had the money. Sure hope it goes to a good home (in USA or Canada).
    2 points
  9. Slpwlkr now's your chance to get a REAL truck!!!!!!!
    2 points
  10. if I was the dog,I would have bit you after the first 1/4 mile and went back home
    2 points
  11. A pretty girl smiled at me. A few hours later I had her drooling all over me. I saw a greyhound, I thought he was dead. I love a good cup of coffee in the morning
    2 points
  12. Was this taken in the past week? I thought they were all delivered. The order was for 135, IIRC. You are a wise man, indeed! Meet my new partner in crime, #1790. The pic was taken outside the shop, waiting for a diagnosis on why the check engine light came on at 5000 miles. It was a bad egr sensor.
    2 points
  13. It says "Gentleman's Club." That disqualifies 87% of the membership here.
    2 points
  14. Here are a couple of better pictures of the IH that I brought in this week
    2 points
  15. SEECO(Sanatoga Excavating Equipment Company), former Jones Motor Company Mack Wrecker. Photos from the Late 80's
    2 points
  16. Jones Motor Company, Spring City, PA. LTL Division shutdown in the early 80's
    2 points
  17. Vinman,here are some U-model pics that I had promised I would get for you,a while back.Both the single and tandem sidewinders owned by the Zenith Corp.,were driven by friend and former president of the Northwest Illinois ATHS chapter,Mr. Ken Barclay. Enjoy...............Al
    2 points
  18. Yes will do refuse to sell to an export guy. So if any exporter read this don't call!
    1 point
  19. Sorry to hear you have to cut it loose. Check prospective buyers for good references.
    1 point
  20. Sure wish I had some cash burning a hole.
    1 point
  21. Probably a little bigger. Thinking it is a LM model.
    1 point
  22. Accomplishes the same thing, doesn't it? Move the driver off to one side and the passenger to the other, and let the "dog house" intrude into the middle. Hey, I know what we could do! Make the cab full-width, raise it up, and put the engine directly under the floor. Do away with the hood altogether. Might have to make the dog house bigger, separating the two seats into 2 "pods". We could even think up something clever to call it...something that sort of described the shape...like, maybe COE, for Cab Over Engine. We could even abbreviate that, and call it a "cabover" for short! Wait...has
    1 point
  23. WE WENT FRIDAY AND HALF DAY SAT VERY DISAPPOINTED MAYBE TOTAL 60 old and new big trucks half of them tow trucks or car haulers flea market had junk first and last we did have some nice old trucks supporting aths thanks for bringing them
    1 point
  24. Didn't you just get this truck??? Can I ask why u are selling it?
    1 point
  25. Hanover, York, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg........It's all the same on that side of the Suckabanana River
    1 point
  26. I went to this show prolly 10 years ago,was kinda disappointed not many "big" trucks,mostly pickups,suv's and so-forth,but as I recall there were a few scantily clad wimmins running around!...............thanks for posting the pictures!..........................Mark
    1 point
  27. Probably my fault,but we didn't check the rack before firing it up. I've never had a Mack pump stuck on me in 35 years of bringing these old dogs back to life,guess there's always a 1st time for everything. We bought this for parts,the engine and trans is going into my son's '88 . It had a E9 with a spun bearing when we got it,and a 9 speed. The cab is going on my blue '82,the cab on it is a rust bucket,this one is pretty nice,it's got the blue diamond tucked interior and is in pretty decent shape. A friend of mine wants the rear end for his '80 Superliner dump truck,the rest will hang arou
    1 point
  28. I wouldn't do it, not with a 727 and I myself swear by them! I don't think the tail shaft and spline will hold up to turning that kinda iron, and you would have to get a yolk and U joint? maybe a trans out of Cummins? The 440 is not as heavy duty as the 413 as most of the 361-and 413 truck engines had timing gears no chain, the crank and crank flang is heavier the water pump and I think the fule pump is also diff. I also looked into putting on in my C900 but found out that it looks the same but they are very diff. animales BULLHUSK
    1 point
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  30. I got my neighbors mixed up. The man I mentioned above was named Masiello(sp). Stasi's lived 2 houses down from him but they were related somehow. They were on Dickens St which dead-ended at the playground for Dryden St school, where I attended 1st & 2nd grade. Whole lotta truck traffic on that little street for a young boy to ogle. You were probably got a bit excited while discussing R700's with V8's.
    1 point
  31. It was 55' at one time but I don't know the exact years or whether it was a federal or a state thing. A selling point of the 90" BBC's was that you could pull a 45' trailer and be within the 55' limit. The close gap between tractor and trailer is evident in some of the Jones pictures.
    1 point
  32. Quick update: got the ol girl running today. Just need to charge the battery and replace the starter. Fired right up. Idled rough for the first minute or two then smoothed right out. A/C even blew cold! I have a hydraulic leak in the controls for the rollback but it operates. Brakes were hanging up from sitting and felt a bit spongy but it stops. I am happy with the progress. I hope to get it on the road and working by the end of the week.
    1 point
  33. All them Macks and you drive that in the parade ????????????
    1 point
  34. The U was the evolution of the C model - and short B models.
    1 point
  35. What the hell did you do to that dog?
    1 point
  36. Maybe call Sheppard, they're in York, Pa. I needed a rebuild kit one time and called them direct, they were pretty helpful.
    1 point
  37. Mark Thank you.. The 931 was a sharp truck..Here is one badged as a REO
    1 point
  38. Happy Birthday Tozzi!! Since Mr. Hancock can't seem to post a pic of beer or cake-
    1 point
  39. You're right Al. That's why his hauler superliner has the bumper that says killer on it.
    1 point
  40. Had it out this week. I like the cab set up in side, it pulls alittle better then the detroit but that was a 430hp to the Mack's 460hp. It's a 9 spd. I know I'll swap it for an 18 soon. Tool boxes are on the way and a few small thinks to take care of. Ill get it fixed up.
    1 point
  41. Gary's truck is still there, he was a good friend of mine as well, we used to do the long distance tow truck work together. He brought a lot of Farm Tractors in to the museum, his truck came out of Long Island, Here is a 1930 Diamond T
    1 point
  42. things seemed a little better in the 80's I think. even tho they are ugly (sorry Vinny) at least they still had color and there was more than just white Walmart and Werner trucks on the road.... im likin the Diamond tread Goodyears on that first Jones' U model. what id do for a few of those NOS.
    1 point
  43. I hope its ok if i sneak in a DM. This was worthy of a pic because,as you can see by the mud in the pic. This guy idled in and backed up with no troubles. like A dry summer day for a Mack.
    1 point
  44. How about another International. This is a good friend of mine. Its a 2007 , never seen salt. The frame and rear ends, entire truck for that matter look like new. I hate salt!! Even though its not a Mack, I like this truck.
    1 point
  45. From the album: Untitled Album

    Our first truck, 2000 Mack RD688S. We put a lot into it. Hope it will finally make me and my older brother some money instead of costing so much.
    1 point
  46. wow who would have thought you could find two brand new Fruehauf bathtubs at least 25 years after they were probably made. maybe there is hope to find a new B model out there somewhere....
    1 point
  47. Was up in Mass today and saw this cracker box. Then was going down a street and saw these two. I hear the guy bought them new and NEVER used them. I'd love to get both to put behind our tractors. Throw Richards canvas's on them and they'd be awesome.
    1 point
  48. I have to take this out empty for a couple of runs before I put a load on this beast. Driving it around the yard a little bit. 270 Cummins, 7 speed Spicer(6 in the stick, air flipper on dash for deep reduction 1st, two positions for reverse in the box), 65 rears on six rod, Bristol Donald body. Rob
    1 point
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