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Mack Factory photo thread

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Thought it might be nice to start a thread for old Mack factory photos and info from Brooklyn Allentown, Plainfield Macungie Hagerstown etc. Probably ex employee input required.

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Excellent idea for a subject. There's a few factory photos floating around on various threads. I don't think anyone would balk at reposting them here.

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Now those are some cool photos!!! What sorta application is the engine in the las pic for with its rear mounted turbo?

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Don t know these are pics from a book i got at the 50th anniversary open house at hagerstown left out the pics of new stuff.

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2002 picture at Macungie Plant. Boy, I like that yellow cab.

Looks like the hood off to the left. Might be a state truck.

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Looks like the hood off to the left. Might be a state truck.

Could very well be Ken. There were several on the line and they all seemed to have the same specs and looked like they were destined to a DOT somewhere or maybe a large construction company.

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Someone said they had a time machine earlier in this thread right?

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Now those are some cool photos!!! What sorta application is the engine in the las pic for with its rear mounted turbo?

I think that was for an "MC" and "MR"

Ron

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wow. these are really cool photos! Bkrois, really like the B model cab photo

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Were the two pics of the b model cabs and the b's, g's, &h's sitting outside taken at allentown?

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sure tell where the two yellow B models with L cab are heading.to the west coast as log trucks along with the yellow B 80 series

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Were the two pics of the b model cabs and the b's, g's, &h's sitting outside taken at allentown?

Looks like pa hills in the back but the model of tucks says west coast....

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B models were All made in Allentown, least as far as I know.... not the factory we all know in Macungie but in downtown Allentown at a few different factories

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Were the two pics of the b model cabs and the b's, g's, &h's sitting outside taken at allentown?

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