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I would like to know what you guys think is the classiest Mack that was ever made. Ron

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Hmmm, I do like a Superliner but classy? I dunno id probably have to go with the LTL also but the B70 series is close.

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Hmmmm hard one but id have to say a lJ or steel nose mack (r or dm). But i am partial to the long snout on the dm800

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That's hard to name one,several models looked damn classy when dolled up just right, LTL's,B model's,L cab B's,LJ's,H & G models,RL/RS 600 and 700's,FL/FS700's ,I've seen damn classy regular of R and F models,too and of course the Superliner

You really narrowed it down Mike, about the same way I would!

Ron

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Hmmmm.... I'm gonna have to go with the Midliner. Haha, just kidding. A long wheelbase LTL sporting a Cummins, duplex, and a brownie would be purty nice.

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I couldn't pick which one I thought was the best looking but the LTL had class long before the word was a catch phrase for Peterbilt.

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I mostly agree with Superdog although Vinny's post sounds like a man's answer.

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I mostly agree with Superdog.

Me too, I agree with you agreeing with Superdog.

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I like a classic B model, don't really like a lot of added stuff on a B, like 8" stacks, and customized so they don't even look like a B model any more. But I saw this one on facebook and I do like it! Excellent, as Bob might say.

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In my opinion it is late 80's Superliners :notworthy: . Just remember the poster I had on my wall as a kid my Father got me. Thoes where the days! :twothumbsup:

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I can't believe Superdog left out the A model. What's up with that?

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any cleaned up mack is classy. hell any dirty muddy beat up OLD Mack is classy. anything Pre CH days is classy in my eyes

I agree with Matt.

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I have to go for a truck that you look at and say I want one, it has to be the LTL. Those trucks are timeless for me, they look as good today as they did back when they first came out. My Second choice is the Superliner, like the LTL it is a distintive look and style and an ageless look to me. I love my B-model and its looks and simple lines and looks but the other two trucks for me are it.

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any cleaned up mack is classy. hell any dirty muddy beat up OLD Mack is classy. anything Pre CH days is classy in my eyes

I do agree with that statement whole heartedly but, Some early CH's wheren't half bad.

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true, guess I have to agree myself. some of the newer axle forward Ch's don't look half bad. think it depends on the color. any of the earlier ones with that god aweful aerodynamic plastic bumper looked cheap to me tho. some of the newer ones with chrome texas style bumpers don't look half bad.

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true, guess I have to agree myself. some of the newer axle forward Ch's don't look half bad. think it depends on the color. any of the earlier ones with that god aweful aerodynamic plastic bumper looked cheap to me tho. some of the newer ones with chrome texas style bumpers don't look half bad.

Exactly! I drove a 92 and 97 axle forward CH's with chrome bumpers. Not bad trucks at all. The 92 had a 350. 9spd 38 rears w/ 44 springs. 97 had a E7 427 13spd, 44 rears. Both didn't owe us a thing when we retired them.

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