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  1. I think I did pretty good on it. Gave $300 for it and $175 to have it moved. Hopefully I will get it fixed one day
  2. my 1959 F-100. I am putting a 400 and C6 in it
  3. Reciprocating saw- a tool when left in a chairyou walk by you catch the blade on your new wants and ruin them
  4. yesterday I started 2 threads. One was "how many macks do you have" and the other was "moving your Mack" and this morning they were gone. I was wondering why this happened. :bmod2:
  5. I think it is a 673 turbo and I know it is a 10 speed
  6. http://www.stovebolt.com/gallery/alternate...__1962mack.html
  7. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1957-Unique...1QQcmdZViewItem
  8. When I was 14 I went with my dad to pickup a 1966 Mustang for my uncle. It was up on a cattle farm. When we got there I looked around at all of the usual stuff on a farm tractors, dump trucks , speader trucks and then I saw it. I was pretty sure it was an old B-61 Mack. It was a a green B-61 Mack with tandem rearends, 10 speed tranny, and a turbo diesel engine. It is a rough truck which means it needs front fenders definately because the were trying to start it and they were somehow trying to jump it off with a tractor and somehow on 10th gear it reved up and pushed the big tractor backwards t
  9. I have an old B-61 Mack here are the Numbers could you please tell what they mean B613 T 6269 Chassis number Plainfield, New Jersey 27RU1359A-P1
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