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Picked up the first load on a package deal of new to me Macks today.1947 LT serial # 1001 and a single axle W71.Got a B67,a B615 and a B71 left to pick up.

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somebody gotta stop Superdog, he'll take home every Mack and leave nothing for other Mack fan!

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somebody gotta stop Superdog, he'll take home every Mack and leave nothing for other Mack fan!

I wish I could bring them all home,way,way too many get scrapped or butchered up for parts.

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It has a NH220 in it right now.Trying to decide if I should leave it in,try to find an original gas engine,or repower it with something else.It has a 5 speed and 4 speed auxilary,and heavy Mack rears.

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lol superdog must really be a dog! How else can you explain his ability to sniff out this many old Macks :D

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hmm i sniff out the ole dogs myself BUT superdog got a better sniffer than i do (maybe its that clean Iowa air something to do w/ it ;))

Later

Bulldog

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Picked up the first load on a package deal of new to me Macks today.1947 LT serial # 1001 and a single axle W71.Got a B67,a B615 and a B71 left to pick up.

Mike, love that long frame on the LT. It would look awesome fixed up with tall straight pipes. It must be nice finding trucks that aren't rust buckets,(not like New England). Great finds,Tim

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Mike, love that long frame on the LT. It would look awesome fixed up with tall straight pipes. It must be nice finding trucks that aren't rust buckets,(not like New England). Great finds,Tim

Hell yeah! That truck w/some tall straight pipes...that's nice!!

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I wish I could bring them all home,way,way too many get scrapped or butchered up for parts.

Good on ya for saving what you do Mike. It's madness that they're still getting scrapped. Down here, I keep passing trailers full of scrap metal from the farming areas. With the price of scrap, I can't help wondering what's in those trailers.

Two great looking trucks, mate, well done.

Cheers

Andy :mack1:

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