james j neiweem Posted February 1, 2013 Share Posted February 1, 2013 They called the original mack H model (H-61) the cherry picker because it was so high. Later on they dropped the heigth by about a foot (H-67). At the now defunct (unfortunately) truck museum in Connecticut I stood next to an IH cabover DC 405? (before the emeryville). The one that had the little IH comfort cab on top( same as r-190 cab). This thing was tall. I'm guessing maybee higher than the cherry picker. It was dark blue as I remember. There was also a KW bullnose (light blue) there and the IH was definately higher. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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