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  1. 15 points
    Went to the state offices in Richmond today to get screwed over my blood pressure raised to critical and walking back to my truck passed a Model Train Hobby Shop. This was in the window. Very true to life if you ask me! Paul Hosted on Fotki
  2. 13 points
    My 88 we just restored ..just wanted to share with you guys
  3. 12 points
    This was my wife's wish and I said I will see it through. Equipment, house kits and tradesman are set to go, everything is mapped out both plat wise and legally. 23 disabled Vets and their families are tentatively chosen to be given the first homes. I will not take stupid "green" requirements by some power mad town employee. Monday I will be at the local news channel and start my push back and get my vets homes or I will bankrupt the town.
  4. 12 points
    "Momma" snapped this a few years ago when I was hauling fill for my shop property. This load, a few more just like it, and then 630 tons of fill sand were all carried by this ole girl. Lot's of people "rubbernecking" too. Slow and steady still gets the job done.
  5. 8 points
  6. 8 points
    1984 brochure photo at the test track.
  7. 8 points
  8. 7 points
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  10. 7 points
    It’s coming back together! Latest update says starting it Thursday morning and having it roaring down the streets of Maryland later that day. What funny is one of the big delays was the fact that her replacement, Independent’s new Engine 12, was also in the shop and obviously the wagon still in service took priority. I’ll send pictures when I can, but I will say that her chrome shines brightly, or atleast what you can see if it behind the rust.
  11. 7 points
    Must have been a rookie an experienced Swift driver would have been cross ways on both sets of tracks
  12. 7 points
    I saw this former Overnite Transportation F model sitting at Litchford's Garage in Concord the other day. I stopped yesterday and got a few pictures. You used to see these all the time, Overnite, Smith's Transfer, and many other companies had similar F model Macks, and then all of a sudden you say "hey- don't see those any more!"
  13. 7 points
    Now these are cranes...............
  14. 7 points
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/LimitedEditioN-Vintage-MACK-TRUCKS-Logo-T-shirt-2side-Custom-Text-By-Paccart/264216228840?hash=item3d8483b3e8:m:mHQZ6nknzkP2eazsEfGYtQw
  15. 6 points
    Hi all, just thought I'd share a horn button repair I made to our Type 45 using some 3D printed parts. As you can see in the photo, one of the rubber blocks that retains the horn button had broken. I'm not really sure if these parts are available, but making one essentially for free is always better than buying if you're like me - more budget constrained than bound to strict originality. I drilled out the rivets holding the original rubbers, and had a friend of mine print up some replacements which are designed to accept a small flat head screw in place of the rivet. Blue would not have been my first choice but its what he had in a semi-flexible materials on hand and it doesn't show when the button is installed.
  16. 6 points
    Came across this picture in WOT March/April 1989. Certainly an impressive sight! All working at time of photo in the late 80's. A-N-D Service.
  17. 6 points
    Awwww that's nice, that squirrel was falling and her buddy caught her and is holding her up until she regains her footing.
  18. 6 points
    Mack Maxidyne equals Money Maker. Tip Turbine with associated plumbing for the hood scoop.
  19. 6 points
    And one more from the bottom of the cab, after welding it all together and priming, before turning it upright. It looks so nice, considering what I started with.
  20. 6 points
    12'6" and it has 30" sides IIRC. It is a GarWood bed and hoist. I don't have any sideboards but there are pockets for them. Truck idles at 400rpm and will dump the loaded bed at idle. California truck originally and I purchased it from the original owner's estate having it trucked home in 1998. Everything is original on the cab and chassis except the rear suspension which is Hendrickson. It's not much but it does work for me when needed.
  21. 6 points
    I saw a big Mack truck. A big peach. I saw this truck on the shoulder on I-81 Friday. It was on the north bound side, just north of Harrisonburg, Va. I don't know what happened, he was about to lose the lumber though. The piece hanging off is the rub rail of the trailer. I saw this at Neville Island, Pa. Used to see them on 79 a lot, sharp looking units.
  22. 6 points
    It's official, March 1st, I turned the page and started re-assembly by putting the cowl back on and today welded in the new sills and lower back frame. It was very helpful to remove the cowl and rid the pillars of rust. It also allowed me to put the cowl up on a temporary bench to work on it and repair the right cab mount, which had completely blown through and left a fist sized hole. Lots of other small, time consuming repairs were made all over the cowl/pillar area. Overall, I'm very happy with the results and alignment looks good. Not that far off from removing the cage and test fitting the doors. Once that's done, it'll be back to the sheet metal and re-installing it.
  23. 6 points
    Added a few more parts and pieces Truck Shop
  24. 5 points
    My photos posted here 2/28/2011:
  25. 5 points
    Here's his B67 rollback,it has a 237 and a quad,and his Superliner with a Cummins. He had a' '78 Superliner with a 60 in. Bentz sleeper,but its out east somewhere now. The trailer is his billboard in front of his shop,the "pickup"was one of his Dad's old wreckers,now Cummins powered,and another of his B61's,this one is a single axle,237 power if I remember right,he has another sleeper cab with a wrecker body,but only pic I have of it is really blurry
  26. 5 points
    Here is the mate to J.Hancock's CH Tanker. CJ is the 10 wheel version.
  27. 5 points
    this is his personal truck,it has a 300+ with a quad,and Neway air ride. Pic taken at my place last June.
  28. 5 points
    https://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/rvs/d/west-palm-beach-52-mack-diesel-bus/6803683357.html
  29. 5 points
    Found a 1965 triaxel B-73 with an L cab and one of these Holmes 850 setups. It’s huge. So huge it’s got a 100,000 winch on it.
  30. 5 points
    The winch cable pulled the trailer suspension forward. This action made the dump body raise up. Release the winch and the body would lower. Steering wheel holders need not apply.
  31. 5 points
    I saw this unit with the super expensive paint going south on 77 between Charlotte and Columbia last week. It was running a couple hunnert miles an hour, but when the torrential downpour started I think they realized pretty quick that those stupid looking "rims" were not their best wet weather option. I saw this nice looking station wagon on rt. 15 too. Load of steel I picked up in Charlotte. Lot of work to secure and tarp it, have to use lots of corner protectors, and it took 3 tarps to cover. This load I saw in Marietta, Ga. didn't take much work- not enough anyway. I was behind this guy, and I kept wondering if he was going to chain those coils. He never did, he left there with 2 straps over the top of them. Not much work here either- I left the echo truck stop and noticed that a driver had left a bag of trash right where he was parked, instead of putting it in a trash can. I saw an animal in a truck barking at me- And from Florida, we have 2 squirrels in a pine tree...
  32. 5 points
    Was at Mack Townsville yesterday and saw this A Brockway cabbed Mack, dunno whether to share in Mack or Brockway Owner was telling me it was one of two ever Mack built tilt trays built by Mack in Australia Paul
  33. 5 points
    I've been posting a lot because I've had a lot of time to dedicate to this over the Winter and I'm trying to get as much done on it before things pick up at work. The cab structure is done, with only a few minor things to complete. I test fit all the sheetmetal this morning, before I take it to the stripper. It all looks pretty good, but I'm sure there are a few headaches awaiting me. I stacked up most of pieces that have been replaced, plus a bucket full of other scraps, as I was cleaning up the shop. Amazing when you line it all up as you lose track of what you've done, as you fix each issue. The rear cab structure really came out nice and clean, as all the damaged and crushed pieces were fixed or replaced. A lot of strength has come back in it with very little flex, compared to how it was.
  34. 5 points
  35. 5 points
    Goes out nearly every day during the concrete season. Had roughly 350k miles when my dad bought it in 1986, we have put another 200k trolling around in our 15 mile delivery radius. Last thing the engine needed was a piston and cylinder head when it dropped a valve seat 8 or 9 years ago. How's that for up time?
  36. 5 points
    remember going by there 15-20 years ago and they had cabs on pallet racking up high
  37. 5 points
    I made these myself several years ago. Had the logo digitized from a decal, converted to a format a sewing machine recognized, and it is actually embroidered into the vinyl, (that part I had done). I then sewed the pattern: The red and black tufted panels are for my RL-755LST truck, the black ones and seats are for my R-612ST whenever I get to it..... Only shown are the panels for the right side of the cab. The dogs are mirrored and face forward on the left panels and inward on the left seat.
  38. 5 points
    HUGE sigh of relief today. I cut out the cage and test fit the doors to check my work. Everything lined up and the gaps appear very even around both doors. I've been so worried about shift, having cut so far into this cab to save it. Like I've been saying, this is the worst part and time consuming. But, being careful and thoughtful about how I've gone about it is paying off.
  39. 5 points
    The 886 model was introduced within the DM series in 1974. The 886 continued until 1987 with a production of 1,938 units built.
  40. 4 points
    Photo of the truck w/850 Holmes wrecker/retrieval unit: The 850's I'd seen all had that large centerlined split winch and it was huge.
  41. 4 points
    In June of 1967 I took my NYS class 1 drivers road test on a 1953 Brockway 154.. Flat head Continental, 5 speed and air 2 speed. Started at City Hall in the heart of downtown Syracuse!!
  42. 4 points
    Go with the gravel pit. It'll be way less headaches.
  43. 4 points
  44. 4 points
    They have a few 14's , but mostly 16 h's and g's. Weight isn't a problem. The ice is thick. And the road is on land, over top of the tundra. Here is a drilling rig being moved to another site. 65 feet wide, 200+ feet high, and I think it's 2.3 million pounds. Notice the C500 Kenworth hooked to it. It's something the way they do things up there. Like a 345 excavator and D9 on the same trailer together..
  45. 4 points
    Borrowed this picture from a friend. Photo is from the middle 50's or so. The way it was.
  46. 4 points
  47. 4 points
    Oh Boy! l'd have to find another trailer but that would look good with our MB! .....Hippy
  48. 4 points
    I played my part in the "Global Warming" thing today. I was headed south and the sun in the west was just perfect to see the cab and exhaust stack shadow from the driver's door. I really laid into the throttle to ensure the old 300+ was smoking to perfection under a pull. It was too and I was "ear to ear" grinning. Life is Good.
  49. 4 points
  50. 4 points
    Working rig sitting in the trees.
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