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bigrigclassics

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About bigrigclassics

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    Truck Nut

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  • Location
    Richmond, Va
  • Interests
    Besides antique trucks, I enjoy camping, metal fabrication, kayaking, and wood working.

Previous Fields

  • Make
    mack
  • Model
    H-681T
  • Year
    1961
  • Other Trucks
    1941 Mack NJU, 1951 Mack LJTD, 1952 Mack L-85, 1975 Mack F-786, 1977 Mack MB, 1963 Mack C-607T, 1960 White 5400, 1956 Oshkosh, 1987 Freightliner FLC120, 1989 International 9300, 1960 Mack H-67T

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  1. I'm looking for any help locating a Mack part number or even a new radiator assembly for my 1975 Mack F-786ST. Thanks
  2. No affiliation. Looks like a good solid rig. http://m.auctiontime.com/trucks/7611579 1961 MACK C85.txt
  3. No affiliation. Looks to be a decent Truck. Hopefully it gets saved from scrap http://m.auctiontime.com/trucks/7611579 1961 MACK C85.txt
  4. Look for a good set of doors and fenders for my '51LJ Mack. Mine are to far gone to repair. My number is 804-640-8425. Keith
  5. it definitely is an old overnight rig!!! Checked the horn button yesterday, and it says "Custom Built for Overnight Transportation Company" Still has the tachograph speedo in it, as well.
  6. i did get the white one. Thats the one I really wanted. Its a really solid F model and it also had a wet line already installed. Changed a few fittings and its ready to pull my Landoll.
  7. I purchased from a guy in Georgia, but the title is from Spare!! I will check the horn button this weekend. Also gonna tinker with it to see if I can get it to build up air pressure
  8. I'm selling my 1978 F model. I bought it as part of a package deal, a few months ago, and don't need 2 F models. It runs well, but doesn't build up air. It has a 285hp 676 and a 1076 5 speed with 4.17 rears. The tires are holding air. Would be good for parts or restoration. Has a little rust in the cab, but not eaten up! Asking $3700 obo. Located in Virginia. May be interested in trading. Let me know what you have. Keith 804-640-8425
  9. I'm selling my 1978 F model. I bought it as part of a package deal, a few months ago, and don't need 2 F models. It runs well, but doesn't build up air. It has a 285hp 676 and a 1076 5 speed with 4.17 rears. The tires are holding air. Would be good for parts or restoration. Has a little rust in the cab, but not eaten up! Asking $3700 obo. Located in Virginia. May be interested in trading. Let me know what you have. Keith 804-640-8425
  10. Looking for a step deck with ramps, to move 2 daycab tractors from Tucker, Ga to Jetersville, Va. Both trucks run. Have dock on my end to unload. Call 804-640-8425. Keith
  11. I had an L-9000 Ford (don't laugh) that had a Bigcam Cummins. It had oiler tubes on top of the heads to keep oil on the valves. Maybe it was a Ford thing, but they were Cummins parts.
  12. The question I have is there any thing I need to chqnge to take a slanted engine out of a MB-600, and mount it at a 90° angle, in a F-700? I know that Cummins 80° slant engines have extra oilers to feed oil to the top of the engine. Is the same true for Mack engines? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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