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MHfred

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MHfred last won the day on September 6

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About MHfred

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Central Virginia
  • Interests
    any thing old like me

Previous Fields

  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    MH 612
  • Year
    1989
  • Other Trucks
    1954 WC 22 PLT (restoring)

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  1. In case you did not see or could not open the steam club attachment here are some details. 4014 is touring again and here are some of her stops. Maybe some of you will be lucky enough to see her. Display locations include: Oct. 2-3: Provo, Utah Oct. 7: Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 10-11: Greater Los Angeles Area Oct. 18: Tucson, Ariz. Oct. 21-22: El Paso, Texas
  2. In May on the way to Reno, my friend and I stopped in Cheyenne to try to see 4014 but it was in the steam shop which is in the middle of the Cheyenne rail yard. No access was available but we went to a near by park and took some pictures of 4004 which is on permanent display there. As you can see, it was a little damp that day. Some time since then I joined the U.P. Steam club and I recently got an update on the travels of 4014. It is attached. Union Pacific Steam Club Update No.docx
  3. Bob, on the way to Reno my friend and I journeyed out of our way to go to the Nevada Railway Museum in Carson City. It is a nice museum with some neat old things.
  4. I rode the J611 here in VA a few years ago. I forget where we went but it was pricey and I remember being in Manassas, VA. I found a picture and it says 2016. I think we rode to Front Royal and then returned to Manassas.
  5. With the wipers above the windshield it is prior to 52/53. Is it a WC 26 or 28? It looks like a 26 to me. Where in Montana is it? That is sure a neat old truck. Thanks for posting.
  6. Your best bet is to find a junked MH and get what you need. I could have probably gotten that for you up until a couple of years ago but the cab I had found has been scrapped. Good luck. Where are you?
  7. Being in Montana I would expect a shop in winter is pretty much a necessity. Even if no heat but out of the wind will probably make a big difference. Good luck with the project.
  8. Cam sold his several years ago. Gulley has one like it but I do not know if it is the one Cam had.
  9. I volunteered in registration at a couple of shows and we were told that entry required proof of insurance and a fire extinguisher. People were moved to the side until they had proof. There were no ifs, ands or buts; no insurance-no entry.
  10. The Classic White Truck Group is having their annual truck show (the Bash) at Jerry's place on Sept 21st. Bring out those nice trucks again.
  11. MHfred

    Autocars

    These 2 beauties belong to Jerry Howard. The picture of the black truck was taken at Macungie.
  12. I think they are still here. I found it by clicking on your name and some of your recent posts showed up.
  13. Nice find and good looking old truck. Some polish on those tanks and wheels will do wonders for it. Long live cab overs!!!
  14. Very likely there is no cord. You power the heater by plugging in a cord but it may not have a heater installed. On my MH the receptacle is under the driver side door in plain sight.
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