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Superdog

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  1. H model cabs were hydraulic tilt,not spring
  2. wonder what last 2 digits are,could be a prototype
  3. the caption is a misprint,the 350 wasn't available in 1978. I'm thinking that truck just had a 237. I saw it several years ago at a ATHS show,but just can't remember
  4. 1985 DM686S, ENDT676,2 stick 6 speed,44k rears on Mack walking beam,cab and hood rough,runs good,under 300k miles,no title,for parts or off road use only - $4500 OBO 1993 CH613,E7-350,Fuller 9 speed, Mack rears on air ride,under 500k miles,but rough shape,runs, have title - $3500 OBO 2007 CXN613,E7 427,Mack 13 speed,air ride,under 500k miles,runs good,frame is broke,no title,for parts only - $5500 OBO
  5. Woke my old '67 R615 up from a 10+ year nap a couple days ago,think its time to find it a new home video-1568245727.mp4
  6. Superdog

    1936 Mack

    yes the starting price mite seem high,but you also notice it has a MAKE OFFER option. From my experience selling stuff,it seems as though making offers and bargaining have become a thing of the past for some reason,everyone just looks at asking price and says seller is asking too much.
  7. I've seen 6V92's in 600's,but never a 8V,that code is correct for a 8V71
  8. 612 was the ETAZ673A,known as the 300+ rated at 315 hp,688 was the E6-350
  9. ithe 1 I got from you is a steel dash,I need all the plastic stuff,may have to end up painting what I have,jfinding the right color paint's gonna be a bitch plus I ust don't know how well that will hold up. I do have a good green steering wheel and green Bulldog seat back.
  10. Got this in trade on a Superliner,would really like to clone my Dad's old F795,it had the dark green deluxe pleated interior,I'm sure I'll have to get new upholstery made,but does anyone have any of the green plastic dash parts?
  11. its not gonna go to waste,get parted out or turned to scrap metal
  12. my backyard in Iowa, and looks like thats where it's gonna stay unless I wanna see it turned into either a farm truck,a mudding truck,or god knows what overseas. I really thought there'd be some serious interest in such a rare piece of history.
  13. actually the 6th one built, VIN is 1006
  14. I know,scrapyards weren't even supposed to be allowed to sell parts off them. I saw several of the step vans come in to one yard that had near new tires,and they had to pop them with the loader forks as soon as they hit the yard.,luckily this one escaped getting scrapped
  15. yes its 4WD,biggest damn transfer case I ever saw.,built for UPS to pull doubles and triples in the mountains
  16. 1 of only 12 built for UPS,only one known to have survived. Would like to see this go to a very special home,as its probably one of the rarest Macks around.
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