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  2. Mack Engine Codes. With the 3 digit Mack model code numbers the first number refers to the series-400 series, 600 series, 700 series, 800 series etc. The second and third numbers refer to the engine fitted. All diesels unless noted. 01 END475-Scania D8 02 EN402 Thermodyne gas 03 END465 END465C Thermodyne 06 ET673E-200 h.p. Thermodyne 07 END673E-180 h.p. END673P-187 h.p. Thermodyne 08 EN707A Thermodyne gas 09 END711-211 h.p. Thermodyne 10 EN414A-Chrysler (Dodge truck) 413 V8 gas 11 ENDT673-211/225 h.p. ENDT673C-250 h.p. ET673-260 h.p. Thermodyne 12 ETAZ673A-3
  3. You will have the only one at the truck show.
  4. I do not now how many there are now, but the total build was 150. In 1940 and 1941. There were several different F models and the wiring is probably similar in the others. You could check with the Mack Museum for a copy, but they are closed by the pandemic now.
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    Possibly you are talking about non Mack, or aftermarket parts. Look on the serial number plate for the model number. Anywhere in the 600's will be referred to as a 600 model.
  6. I don't know if they will show a replacement here for your engine. You may have to contact them. https://pertronixbrands.com/pages/pertronix-ignition-distributors
  7. It was the natural progression of things. Why did they replace the 1940's Dodge, Ford, Chevy cars with the newer ones? Why did every product from that era and every era change and get restyled? Everything gets updated, Mack's styling was not any different. They updated the cabs to make them more modern and probably cheaper to produce. Designs keep changing, even if they don't look as good as the old ones. Modern cars don't look as good as the 64 Chevy in the picture either.
  8. If you do a search here for Midliner, and search through the posts you may be able to figure out what it is and learn about it. You could try a PM to member "Rob", he would know.
  9. Keep all the parts. Some day somebody will be wanting to put it back together - while shaking their head the whole time they are doing it.
  10. "Aesthetically challenged" seemed to be a common theme with LCF's. It is true with the GMC 860 in other dog's recent post and the Dodge C model. They both look cobbled together, but look odd and good at the same time. The Dodge has a cab that doesn't fit the front end and a conventional hood that was cut down to fit - except it doesn't fit at the front corners.
  11. First make sure there is fuel to the pump. Then check the fuel pump actuating arm, it could be stuck from rust. When the pump is off pump the arm and see if there is vacuum and pressure at the ports. There could be a problem at the check valves in the pump.
  12. Red paint and a fuel delivery body with Standard lettering would be just the thing for your truck.
  13. The L was for Logging. It was a DM800 built as an off road log hauler.
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