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HELLO MY DAD DROVE THIS OLD MACK YEARS AGO AND I WENT WITH HIM ALL THE TIME .

AND HE PAST AWAY 4 YEARS AGO SO I WENT BY PEP DRILLING ONE DAY AND STOPED AND TALKED TO THEM FOR AWHILE AND ASKED IF I COULD BUY THIS OLD MACK THEY SOLD IT TO ME FOR $500 I TOOK IT HOME GOT IT TO RUN PUT A NEW CAB AND HOOD ON IT FIXED ALOT OF LITTLE THINGS I'M GOING TO RESTORE IT BECUSE IT WAS THE LAST OILFIELD TRUCK MY DAD DROVE BEFORE HE PASTED IT'S A 1977 R700 WITH AN 865 V8 6 SPEED TRANY TWO WINCHES ITS A BEAST

IT WAS IN BAD SHAPE WHEN I GOT IT HOME AS YOU CAN SEE

WAYNE.

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Welcome to the fourm 77Mackr B) love those ole Mack V8's esp w/ a set of strightpipes on him looks like the old :bulldog1: still has plenty of life left in him .

I understand the sentimental value of a truck i still have the "olddog" 64' B422T :mack1: that

1) I was named after

2) that my dad & granddad owned & drove everyday also

3) the 1st thing i learned how to drive (besides a dozer, crawler loader or a 66 SERIES I.H. TRACTOR & PAN )

Wouldnt trade "olddog" for a millon bucks man been offered to sell him countless times & i wont do it ;)

Later

Bulldog (aka Mack)

You Cant Fix Stupid. But You Can Numb It With A Sledgehammer. :loldude:

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