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Goodman Farms

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About Goodman Farms

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  • Location
    Canandaigua NY

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    RW613
  • Year
    1988
  • Other Trucks
    1980 Peterbilt 359 1950 REO E20

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  1. I will take video of as much as I can. I’ve come really close to getting a GoPro to start documenting my projects and sharing them. My stuff isn’t elaborate or over the top so I never thought it was worthwhile sharing. But the more I look around YouTube and see what’s out there the more I’m tempted to start a channel. If nothing else it will be fun to watch years from now. So..... stay tuned? MG
  2. Here’s some more pictures. I sent the VIN off to the Mack Museum and will share the results when I hear back. When the weather gets better I will load up some batteries, look it over really good and then try and start it. Most of the videos I’ve watched on YouTube of these have the E9 mated to a 12 speed. This is a 10, does anyone else have that on here. Please share the plus’s and minuses. I’m just interested, I won’t be putting this one back to full time service so I’m my case I’ll be happy with what I have. Unless of course it’s geared really low for some reason. Thanks for looking, MG.
  3. I’ll work on getting more soon, I haven’t gotten the Superliner home yet as I just came to terms with the seller last week. It’s all Mack components , E9, Mack 10 speed and Mack rears. I’m going to grab the VIN and see what the build info is as I’m curious how the drivetrain is going to be geared like. It’s been sitting for 8-10 years and came from and asphalt company I’m told so it never saw salt. Fairly low miles too. Thanks for all the welcome messages.
  4. Hello, I signed up because I am buying a 1988 Superliner and will no doubt be looking for some advice down the road. This will be my first Mack. My dad has a 1929 AK and a BM and BQ still that I grew up around but this is a whole different animal. I enjoy old tractors and farming and have a young family that keeps me busy and very happy. Take care, Matt
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