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  1. That is a nice looking KW!
    3 points
  2. Well me and dad passed by a parts bin on the way back home and went to go check it out...
    2 points
  3. lets see who the first person that guesses correctly is 😉
    2 points
  4. Once seen everywhere.
    2 points
  5. They washed it the last time it got a wash job. They even brought some friends over to help, but I don't know who's who here.
    2 points
  6. These are the two 359's that I drove for my farmer friend for years until he replaced them with a couple 379's. Black one is an '85 and the green one is an '83.
    2 points
  7. call and raise ya 2 extra headlights
    2 points
  8. I would go just to look. 😀
    2 points
  9. Saw this the other day at the Granite State Show. It is an ex Barnhart Crane and Rigging and believe it is the one that Hobert spied doing some work in his neighborhood a few years ago. https://www.bigmacktrucks.com/topic/45748-a-big-cool-mack/?_fromLogin=1 What a BEAST!
    1 point
  10. I brought that Kenworth home and washed it last week. Looked pretty good. Better than this GMC/Volvo I saw in Texas I think. I saw a crop duster dusting crops in Arkansas too. And this neat looking little yellow truck somewhere, I don't remember where it was. And a friend of my son went to a tractor pull somewhere, sent these pictures. Apparently he has excellent kodiakatronomy skills too.
    1 point
  11. Hey guys it’s been a awhile since I’ve posted anything but I’m finally a proud Mack owner again. I just bought this ‘78 RWS786LST Superliner. It’s a long term restoration project that runs well. I’m trying to figure out how many ‘78s were built and what is the HP rating on the engine which I believe to be original. It is a Gold Dog truck and the VIN plate says Mack Western which I have never seen before. Any information will be appreciated. Thanks
    1 point
  12. You need to put a ball valve or some kind of shut off on at least one heater hose.The stock one doesnt completely shut off.
    1 point
  13. what a dirty old kw seat, with no air hooked up held in by 2 bolts and no seatbelts installed wasn't good enough for you? not every project comes home sitting on a milk crate....lol
    1 point
  14. On your drive home, you weren't sitting on the floor...?
    1 point
  15. A lot of money for a seized up engine. Even if the rest looks real straight. terry
    1 point
  16. According to Wickerpedia, you're correct. In 1987 they replaced it with the 379.
    1 point
  17. Woof! It's #NationalDogDay. Matt at Monadnock Disposal Service, Inc. sent in this shot of his dog, Peard. Post a photo of your dog and make him famous! #AlwaysArff Always Up - Autocar Trucks .
    1 point
  18. More 2x12’s hauled up the ladder 🙂
    1 point
  19. New furniture new paint Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  20. That's a frickin treasure trove!
    1 point
  21. I’ve decided that just for a little while I’m gonna keep the location a secret so I can get the rest of the parts I need... If anyone does find it just do me a favor and leave the firetrucks alone, me and dad want to collect some parts off of a few them to finish restoring the two we have... and I will say that most of the trucks there are missing some pretty major things, but that’s not to say there aren’t a few in there that could be put back on the road with just a little work. I was actually looking at a firetruck there that would probably fire up if you charge up the batteries...
    1 point
  22. Drop another bucket - I got room. With a 12 yard side dump body, this 1951 Autocar DC-20064SN weighed 43,500 lbs empty. What's the capacity? Until it's full, and then some more. #AutocarDC #AlwaysUp #TBT #ThrowbackThursday Thanks to Mike Lusher. Always Up - Autocar Trucks .
    1 point
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