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  1. I've been in the sign business for 35 years and just got around to make up something for a shop decoration
    8 points
  2. Finally got compliant with the law and had lettering and d.o.t # done. This guy did my brockway also
    4 points
  3. Woohoo! What a great feeling! B-42 was everything one could hope for in a seller... even delivered it a state away! Now I need to practice driving a twin stick. I've warned the neighbors that I will be taking laps and that they might want to keep their children and pets inside. 🤠 A lot of them have already come up and admired the new addition to the neighborhood. I'll be on here frequently with questions about maintenance, repair, operation, etc. Thanks ahead of time for all the help!
    4 points
  4. a friend still has 4 of those 80's LTL's running on the road every day. they all have over 2 million miles on them, and look like hey just rolled off the assembly line. they run bulk concrete tankers, and get washed every afternoon before getting parked inside the garage. oil changed every month, and brakes adjusted every night too. once a month when oil is changed the trucks are gone over with a fine tooth comb. anything out of line is replaced immediately.
    4 points
  5. yup it's in Massachusetts now
    2 points
  6. Not sure if I have shared this before but I find it a really good read not my story this is as written by Bill Moline John Victor Ehret taught me to drive a truck. He taught me on Jackbilt No.2 an L model 190 with a silly wheel pusher, Clark 5 speed and 2 reverse gearbox and powered by a 6/71 GM and put on the ground by a No.4 Eaton diff. At various times it had had different motors but the current one in 1963 was the 6/71. It had big shoulders that truck, but skinny legs, and axle changing was part of the job description. Previous Jackbilts had included a KB6 which went throug
    1 point
  7. Some very fine heavy iron! Took this picture a long time ago on Cape Cod.
    1 point
  8. Nope just matte black vinyl on white lexan. No clear coat or paint. There was still some water on it from laying the vinyl down. Cut a pegusas this afternoon. Been meaning to do that too.
    1 point
  9. Here U go try these on fir size WotSezU? cya
    1 point
  10. This one was listed for sale on here a little over a year ago... worth a look maybe...
    1 point
  11. Just found these little nuggets for future posts... figured I'd test them out...
    1 point
  12. I think my brother would be interested if they ever made a new highway tractor. He keeps thinking about a Mack Anthem because he likes the look of them without the snail mirrors but won't because of the lack of configurability. Autocar tends to have a different tune with such things and I'm sure they'd win him over with their classic design cues...
    1 point
  13. Fairly rare sight these days.
    1 point
  14. Vlad, Love your dedication to detail and making this remodel a work of art. It is very impressive to see your great work and your ability to do it yourself. I can't wait to see the final result.
    1 point
  15. Bet it is a AI and that is the problem but hopefully Mack tech can set you on the road to redemption.
    1 point
  16. Remember to send serial number in to B Model Registry to get you on the list. Next up date will be end of this year.
    1 point
  17. Thank you .Guy did both drs and hood for $250. 8 hrs of work
    1 point
  18. That was a real good buy, I might have made an offer on it if it wasn't so far away? 👍 terry
    1 point
  19. It was discussed not long ago on here and was described as America on Wheels museum property. A new home?
    1 point
  20. This is sad too. Many of us would like to contribute money to keep all these sites going, but on the same front it's a hard go just keeping our own businesses afloat with the rising costs of insurance, fuel and keeping these emission motors running.
    1 point
  21. The owner of these trucks has a property a quarter mile up the street from my shop and has relocated there and added another toy. Saw the MR pulling a van trailer this morning.
    1 point
  22. Photo and truck courtesy of Stephen Proctor. It looks even better in person! Procter's Cartage, Toronto, ON. 1986 Ford LTL 9000
    1 point
  23. Picked this up about a month ago. 220 cummins 5x3
    1 point
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