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Im a big fan of Mass Macks with all the pinstriping and goldleaf lettering.

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Hallamore (photo by Mark Redman)

Now thats Bad

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Hallamore (photo by Mark Redman)

I thought Hallamore was from Maine? Im sure Im wrong , maybe I wish they were from Maine.

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There have been 2 articles on Bontio in the ATCA Double Clutch magazine, one which i had written a few years back. They had an awesome fleet of B81's at one time, tractors and dumps.

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I brought a antique caterpillar tractor from a fellow up in MA. a few years back that had a B81 tandam dump restored in his garage.His name was Louis Iaruzzi.He wasn't to far from Boston.

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I sure like the classic "New England" style paintjobs,pinstripes,two-tones etc. thanks to all that are posting them,never get tired of seeing this style truck!................................Mark

Same here. It's good to see yet another group of constuction truck photos from a major city.

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never seen a B model with a Farr air cleaner. always like the yellow stainless Re Trac (Chevrons) Mirrors on a B model or any truck for that matter from the 50's.

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Construction Service ran some nice old A-Car's into the "00's!

I've asked this question a few times before with no luck but seeing those Autocars made me think of it again.

Any of you CT folks remember a small company out of Hamden by the name of F. Corso?

They weren't a construction company, they pulled reefers and the tractors were Brockways, red with green hoods. They also had at least one single axle B model because a friend of my Dad bought it from them. It was a sharp fleet in those colors and a little bit of chrome.

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