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  1. justintocci

    1959 MACK B753S Dump Truck (T/A) AUCTION Dec 18, 2018

    make sure you scroll down, the pictures are in galleries so you need to click on the arrows to see them all.
  2. 6 cyl, 5 spd, camelback susp, 204 in. WB, PTO, 14 ft box 474122 miles Selling on Dec 18, 2018 in Chicago, IL, USA (You can register to bid online) more pics in the ad: https://www.rbauction.com/1959-MACK-B753S?invId=10942726&id=ci&auction=CHICAGO-IL-2018221
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    1938 Mack CH Freehold, NJ

    I would second that motion if there was a title. Without a title there's paperwork to get one and it can be a long process. The smart thing to do would be to store it until you got that all straightened out and then you'd want to know the details of the title insurance you're buying. I'm no expert but I wonder if the rightful owner will show up and want to take it away after you've poured your time and money into it. Anyone applied for a title on a vehicle with no title before?
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    45U in perris California

    This is the text of the original ad: Here is a very unique and rare truck. It is a 1940 Mack model 45U, hich looks like the familiar model EEU, ut with a solid steel framed cab. The 45U was built as a fire squad truck and Mack only built 17 of them. This one is serial number one! I have all documentation from the Mack archives to support. All 17 were supposed to be built with Continental 330 engines. However, hen I began to restore this one, found that it had a large Mack engine and the number was stamped onto the frame. Further investigation by Mack revealed that indeed, erial number one was shipped to LA Mack as a rolling unit, o be fitted with a higher HP engine, s requested by the buyer, ontecito Fire Department. This truck is complete and needs to be in the hands of a Mack or Fire Truck collector. I have lost interest. The engine ran great and did not smoke. It only showed 49K miles on the odometer when I purchased it. I have rebuilt the brake system with all new wheel cylinders and installed a modern vacuum booster. I have invested over $3k in new tires, hrome, nd gauge restoration. I sand blasted, rimed, nd painted the frame, ad the brake drums and wheels powder coated, nd the rims chromed. I also purchased a squad truck bed from a 1939 Mack that goes with the truck. The blue flatbed in the picture is not available.There is also another Mack, 1940 Model EEU that is too rough to restore but is complete and the engine is not stuck. I purchased it for small parts, nd it still has 4 hubcaps, ood badges, nd gauges. It is a wood frame cab and the wood is shot. It is included in this auction. In the pictures, he blue flatbed is the model 45U as I purchased it. It is now apart, n the process of restoration. The yellow rolling chassis that you see in the pictures is its current condition. The large Mack engine has 12 sparkplugs, ith 6 being fired by magneto and 6 by distributor. This truck just needs the cab and bed to be painted and then put back together. It will need new glass and wiring. Nothing has been lost and the parts truck is still together, inus the rough wood bed in the pictures. It is now just a cab and chassis. I have invested over $10K to date and offer this truck without reserve. I have set the opening bid at $5K and it will sell if I receive a bid. Don't miss this chance to own one of just 17 small Macks made in this model and this is the first one made! This truck is smaller than a dually pickup, ith a wheelbase of just 125". I have been asked if I could bolt the cab and bed onto the frame for shipping and I agreed to do that. Also, f you do not want the entire parts truck, will remove the wanted parts and the truck can stay behind. The truck (s) could be stored here for 90 days, nce paid in full. Condition: Used Make: Other Makes Model: 1940 Mack Type: COE Year: 1940 Color: Blue Fuel: Gasoline Transmission: 5 speed manual Drive type: Mechanical 2 speed rearend Vehicle Title: Clear Item location: Perris, California, United States
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    45U in perris California

    name plates from the trucks.
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    45U in perris California

    Here is a link to an article about the ad when it was posted. https://bringatrailer.com/2015/08/18/first-of-10-built-partially-restored-1940-mack-45u/
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    45U in perris California

    These are some photos of another truck that was probably sold with the truck I'm looking for. Also a bed that was supposedly included in the original offer.
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    45U in perris California

    These are the photos of the truck in question. If anyone recognizes the truck I'd appreciate the help.
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    1938 Mack CH Freehold, NJ

    Price is a joke but seems sincerely interested in information. more pics in the ad. https://cnj.craigslist.org/atq/d/1938-ch-mack/6747216641.html
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    EFU in PA

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    EFU in PA

    sold already
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    37 mack EK

    https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/atq/d/mack/6748642377.html latest version of the ad
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    1994 Mack DM690S

    if you have email on both your phone and computer you can email them to yourself. you can also share your photos from your phone to online, then use a web browser on your computer to download them. The procedure will depend on the phone and version. You could also email or text them to a friend who is more tech savvy and they could help you get them on your computer.
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    1964 B67 for sale

  15. How goes the EHU? 

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