1941 ED

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About 1941 ED

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  • Birthday 04/28/1967

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    Southern Ca
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    1941 Mack Ed restoration, Macks look to be in my future forever, excited about what is in front of me, I am working on Reproduction ED beds ,wiring looms, brackets etc. for the E Model trucks. If you need something fabricated let me know. I usually can save hundreds of dollars for you.

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    1939 Mack ED ,1941 Mack ED,1938 Dodge Flatbed, 1955 International 4x4 1941 Coach built delivery van (Ford chassis )

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  1. It seems this is my calling for my later years, I am lucky and it seems finally my luck is turning around. It has been a challenging last 10 years for me personally etc. ,but after purchasing my first ED last Fall other things have just happened. I am hoping to make parts that are needed for these and other E model trucks. Working on reproduction wiring looms at an affordable price and using new original cloth wiring, I am a stock guy but of course I dont mind updrades ....along with some other goodies that I will be reproducing . I will be updating as I go here on this thread.
  2. I am always coming across stuff and....... I seriously have an addiction. I have been a picker for over 30 years and have been drawn to the History of America on wheels. Love to save stuff of all sorts so if you are looking for anything particular let me know. Enjoy the pictures and the weekend, HAPPY HUNTING
  3. So yes I own a few Mack Ed pickups and I have always been a picker.....cannot get away from being drawn in to the country side or where ever to find great old IRON. Here is my last trip searching about with a couple great friends of mine. Yes, most of the trucks are for sale Dodge railway truck is green ,Ford Cabover no snout though, 1936 or so Diamond T flat bed
  4. So this is the second Mack ED pickup which I will make my runner while I restore my 1941, Since I have Mack on the brain, I have learned a lot in the previous months and loving every minute of my adventures. There is something to old vehicles at least for me....takes me away from all of today's 100 mile an hour life style which I do not like so much. Something about taking the back roads and seeing what you are driving by on the way to where ever. Going to repair the bed while working on getting the Flat 6 going, this Grey ED was sold in 1939 to the War Department out of Sacramento California. Pretty much original, looks to be a red truck that was painted Grey and used by the Navy and Army Corp of Engineers.
  5. From the album 1939 ED Lic. plates

    So I decided to get some special plates for one of my ED pickups...what do think?? I am off work for a while I had an unfortunate fall of the latter at the house, not broken but the shoulder is not doing well, the MRI is on Thursday so getting the plates today was a good thing.
  6. Looking for someone to help me transport a rolling chassis from Tenn. to Southern California, it is not an emergency but can be scheduled to be moved with in the next 60 days. Anyone interested DM me your contact info. Weight approx 1200-1400 lbs. 16ft long just the chassis thank you
  7. Lol, I think they are planting Mack Seeds of all makes in those hills, if you can't find them you might as well grow them.
  8. What a joke....already the most taxed in the Nation. They said the lottery crap was going to fix the roads, they take a large portion there or did everyone forget about that already...maybe the roads to the politicians homes are nice but not mine. And with the budget this is another hot topic for me...wasted funds everywhere you look, but they want more money and more money...I pay my fair share of taxes but this is ridiculous, fuel is literally cheaper in New Mexico than here but shipped into the Long Beach ports by me...go FIGURE. I do not usually voice my opinion on this but the way the article is posted it seems like the State of California should fix their spending sprees before taxing the People more. California has been going the wrong direction for far too long and I do not wonder why people and businesses are leaving. Higher fuel will slow the economy period.
  9. I am searching right now, 58 FWD is right if you give them too much info they get scared..unless it is an older Parts employee. I will message you back with a direct message when I have a price.
  10. My new addition to my Family...U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1939 Mack ED, have other pics in my profile of the truck. goal is to make this the driver while I enjoy the restoration of my 41 Ed.
  11. Trying to update as much as I can, been super busy tracking down old Macks...so hopefully that is an ok excuse to use here. just got back from Northern California which was great trip 3 days and a lot of truck stuff. Getting this truck stripped down slowly and trying to not break so many bolts, as we know soaking them heat cool etc. has been working just time consuming.
  12. So I have some updates...working on a few things including the reproduction of the ED Beds. ... I have molds that are for the Hood crest for the small Badge below the Bulldog which is always gone, these tell you what model on the upper center grill. I have them for the E model trucks new chrome etc. I will post up some pics by the weekends end. Mack's at my shop awaiting my personal time which they will get this year. Save a MACK !!
  13. Welcome aboard, there is a lot of information and guys who have been there and done that with Mack's, lots to look at and read about.