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  1. Trans American running through Andover New Jersey
  2. Yes,,,,,The original owner Pagnotti purchased 4 DM's that year and was plagued with the 2-valve V8 issues.. So yes Mack replaced the engines and the parts look up microfiche film ,but could not change the vin since it was already put into service
  3. Still not sold but cheaper 1968 Mack DM819SX Wetline, 65,000lb. Mack rears, camelback suspension, 12.24 tires, factory installed 1693 cat engine, 13 speed road ranger with auxiliary transmission, dual 50 gallon fuel tanks. Over $46,000 invested, sale price $21,500 http://www.truckpaper.com/listingsdetail/printdetail.aspx?OHID=5249159 We discussed this truck when it was new Denis Lavoie and Son Ltd. Has many heavy spec RD's and CL's but they sell the newest one 2010 MACK TITAN TD713 OFF ROAD DUMP TRUCK! Truck is in Excellent Condition and has not been abused. Mp10 515 ..18 Spd..101,745 mi 110,000LB PLANETARY REAR,23,000LB FRONT AXLE,A/C,Jake, Triple Frame,Excellent Rubber, Tilt/Tele,Cruise,Heated Power Mirrors,Power Windows,Sunvisor,S/S Skirts,18' Lagace Heated Steel Dump Body,Front and Rear Tow Plate,Dual Steering Boxes, Tire Size 385 95R 24 NICE CLEAN TRUCK!!WARRANTY Price entered as 158,000 USD http://www.marketbook.ca/listingsdetail/detail.aspx?OHID=5229485&LP=TRK
  4. BC Mack,,,,, already posted this but what a story with this one 1954 Mack B30, This is probably the finest B-30 around. It is powered by the original 330 cubic inch 6-cylinder Mack “Magnadyne” gasoline engine. The small engine develops 122 horsepower giving the truck a top speed of 38 miles-per- hour. It"s equipped with a 5-speed transmission and a selective positive dual or single forward axle drive (controlled by a lever in the cab). The truck is 25"5” in overall length with a 194” wheelbase and it is fitted with 9.00 * 20 tires. What makes the truck unusual is the size of the tandem rear-ends, a configuration normally seen on heavier-duty trucks (with larger engines). This B-30 was delivered on March 9, 1954 through the Omaha Branch to Mack Truck Sales of Des Moines who, in turn, delivered the truck to Watson Brothers Transportation – Heavy Hauling Division (in Omaha, Nebraska). The truck was fitted with a winch and a boom for loading and off-loading heavy objects. Watson ordered it with the heavy-duty rear tandem configuration specifically for this purpose. As for power, the truck didn"t need a large diesel engine. The small gas engine was perfectly suited to provide power for the winch and to move the truck itself from place-to-place in the Omaha area. We purchased the truck from a former Watson employee in the late 90's and restored it. The B-30 was very straight and rust-free. It was/is a very low mileage truck. During restoration we discovered that the truck"s well- weathered Watson Brothers “buff” was not the original color; it was factory-painted blue (the same color it is now). The paint and body work was performed by the Charlie Miller Body Shop in Sioux City, IA. The engine was overhauled and the truck was completely rewired and reupholstered. And we replaced the original boom and winch with a new stake body. Price: $35,000 http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/carsforsale/mack/b30/1644380.html 85 Snowdog posted this one but it caught my eye also 1962 Mack B85F Standard, $65,000MakeMackModelB85FKilometres 20,000 kmStyle/TrimStandard 100 foot tiller american lafrance 250 hp mack engine 10 sp overhead mack transmission Air brakes Mint Condition Full time stored inside http://www.autotrader.ca/a/Mack/B85F/PORT+ELGIN/Ontario/19_7989684_/?ms=heavy_trucks&showcpo=ShowCPO
  5. Description: 1950 MACK LT Logging Truck . All original. This is a collector truck. VIN#: Not Listed Location: Rigby, ID USA Price: $50,000 USD http://www.rockanddirt.com/trucks-for-sale/MACK/LT/invnum=10208393 1953 MACK LT Logging Truck . Everything but the engine is original. Has a Detroit 6-110 putting out 400 + HP . Beautiful Truck. Show Quality. VIN#: Not Listed Location: Rigby, ID USA Price: $55,000 USDhttp://www.rockanddirt.com/trucks-for-sale/MACK/LT/invnum=10208394
  6. Thanks.......Yes they are punching for a 600 ton Radiation Shielding block order I picked up last month
  7. I would hire you with that resume^^^^^^ but your commute is a little far
  8. This is what truck owners and operators where like years ago. I was lucky to learn from Dad and elders (pride in trucking) This guy put a smile on my face... Clean clothes Work boots Tucked in shirt Polished paint Actually trimmed his load Sweeped his boots and floor before he left
  9. Thanks Guys,,,,,For the history info This winter has been more busy then normal...Been hard to find time to get on here to thank ya I forgot that this is what old school trucking was like,,,,,, Over the road trucks became regional trucks and then became ,,yard spotters or become glider material.. This is why the other truck makers make gliders today,,But not Mack what are they trying to tell us
  10. Ok pull out your history books ,,,,,Could be the mid 1970's plastic Mack letters on the front that makes me think this is not really a Mack but had to ask. 6 cylinder, 10 speed, 30,000 miles, Cemco lift hydraulic, runs like new. http://www.lowerpriceequipment.com/pre_owned_detail.asp?sid=09922449X2K2K2014J6I13I19JAMQ7644R0&veh=3517829
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