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Some great shots here. I

'm outta likes so just pat yourselves on the back, but don't pull a muscle.

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is sgt still in operation now or were they bought out?

I think they're still around, I used to see them on I-79 a lot. Haven't noticed any lately, but i've seen them in the last year I know.

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st germain trans is the fathers company

SGT2000 is the son's company.. back in late 90's early 2000's there was a split between father and son ended in a court case and the company splitting in to 2 different companies.. I wonder id any of the R models with the bunks are still around or for sale

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Sgt mack are all gone, my brother bought their last already long time retired r model. Another one went to export just before but it was a little rough. That's already 4 years ago. Btw the superliner that i had (cat engine) have been resold and we cant track it.

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Great pics from everybody, make sure you have some ready for next sunday it will be here before you know it.

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Those R's look like they would flip over just sitting still with logs that high. Nice pic of what Macks were built to do, no sissy peterbilts on that job.

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excellent guys,,,thanks for sharing...bob

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Diesel 97 cents. I feel sic I just paid 4.39 in PA

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There probably were Canadian cents.

Maybe it cheers yourself up a little bit.

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Yup, looks like price per litre. 1 litre is .264 gals. So, about $3.92 a gal.

Pictures has a few years on it.

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I'm afraid the years aren't too small.

The first pic's unit is almost the same as my couple and they are of '88.

The truck on the shot with the fuel price is shure older.

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Conn. 4.199 a gallon know back in 1993 rack price.89 a gallon but the rate has gone up much. The state federal gov get 4 times the tax money

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wow those Mason Dixon pics are sweet Mike. wonder if any of those trucks survived or all came back as Nissans. especially since they looks like they might have been turbo B673's with the Kentucky Radiator on them and big air cleaner.

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