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Nice! I added them to my stash!

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Some great looking trucks guys! thanks for posting them,i especially like the new england style paint/stripes in the first set.............................................Mark


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Very nice. Don't stop now.

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This is Mack country. On a quiet night you can hear a peterbilt rust away.

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Someone enlighten me. I was never around a superliner much. What is the difference in some of the truck have air cleaners on the cab and some don't. Thanks for the replys.


This is Mack country. On a quiet night you can hear a peterbilt rust away.

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Those Blair trucks are out of Ivyland PA. I used to see them all the time but never in a place where I could get a picture of them..


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not a huge superliner fan,,,but that was a nice collection,,thanks for posting,,,especially like the spokewheels.lol.bob

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was never a Superdog fan but they are growin on me and now i think i want one haha. i think outside air cleaners were just an option.never figured out why someone would want the air cleaner under the hood suckin in all that hot air except for the fact it might not be as dirty. i have a question tho. were steel or square fuel tanks ever an option on the Superdogs? never seen any with them but never know. most all seem to have round tanks.


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In Australia, round steel or aluminium steptanks, or round aluminium tanks with steps on the straps were fitted to the Super-Liner. I don't think the S/L was fitted with the older style square steel steptanks.

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Some more Magnum action!

That middle Superliner photo was taken by a great photographer... :whistling:

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