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I found a long hood v8 mack today it is for sale or parts

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Looks like it's Deadroit powered :thumbsdown::whistling: ! Other than that it looks pretty good :twothumbsup: . How much?

Thanks, Josh :clock_logo:

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kinda rare isn't it


We the unwilling, Lead by the unqualified, are doing the impossible, for the ungrateful.

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I remember when I was a youngster(16 to 18) there was a pair of these R700 Macks that would stop at Johnies bar .They were beer haulers from Schlitz I think. They were painted gold and had non turbo 903's in them.They were from the Allentown/Bethlehem area .The drivers would stop in for a cold one before they drove the mile or so to Batavia NY. I recall they didn't have bulldogs on hood,just a grabhandle to open it with.That was 1972 to 74 . Steve

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any better pictures of it and does it run?


Robert

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that ok?

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Mike

How about some pictures than!


Robert

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that ok?

yeah congratulations then and as thomastractorsvc said some pictures please!


Matt

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soon as it gets here,don't worry.

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Nice buy but why are they so far away from us "easterners"? banghead.gif


Ken

HOF City, PRR Country, and Charter member of the "Mack Pack"

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that ok?

Mike was it very close to you? terry

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I remember when I was a youngster(16 to 18) there was a pair of these R700 Macks that would stop at Johnies bar .They were beer haulers from Schlitz I think. They were painted gold and had non turbo 903's in them.They were from the Allentown/Bethlehem area .The drivers would stop in for a cold one before they drove the mile or so to Batavia NY. I recall they didn't have bulldogs on hood,just a grabhandle to open it with.That was 1972 to 74 . Steve

They may have been CCC Crane Carriers

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