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Prowrench last won the day on June 8

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About Prowrench

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  • Birthday 05/13/1963

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    Villa Park,IL.
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    old trucks

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    1952 Ford F6 1966 Mack B61

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  1. I have not had a chance to clean anything yet but I believe the "300" was 285hp
  2. the drag winch is just sitting there it is going on my 64 C615
  3. there is white paint under the windshield gasket I will check under a light in a day or 2
  4. I don't understand that thing myself The company that owned it cut the tandems off and hooked the driveshaft to a rock crusher
  5. yep! this is the way I found it and took it home
  6. it needs alot but even if it is not one of those "Golden R Models" I will restore it
  7. It ran a few years ago and the paving company that had once owned it cut the tandems off and hooked the driveshaft to a rock crusher
  8. So I bought a locally famous truck I believe it is one of the 300 R Models painted gold back in '73 to promote the Maxidyne 300 engine. If the Mack Museum ever re-opens I'm sure they can tel me for sure. There's plenty of gold paint everywhere that's for sure, I wonder if W Smith cartage painted their chassis gold back then?
  9. Management signed those contracts! Nobody held a gun to their head! I have had employees and I have been a union member I am 100% for the protection of a union! Yes there a re corrupt union officials get your head on straight we don't live in UTOPIA! YRC is poorly managed and that is why they are in trouble NOT because they are a union shop. Instead of all of these MEGA companies being allowed to gobble up competition and then they become so big they "CAN'T FAIL" the federal government shouldn't allow all of these mergers and acquisitions so if a smaller company failed it wouldn't be necessary to bail them out.
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