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Paul about the Cummins in the E-Model. I was thinking it could be a HRC 4 cylinder 495 cu.in. 115 HP. This is a later model engine I think. It would be interesting to know what was in there. Joe D.

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I"m curious also. I found that in 1941 and 42 MACK made EHUT and the military version of the EMU powered with a BUDA-LaNova 6dt389 Diesel, physically close to the END 354 and the Cummins also.

I do see the company is still family owned and still in Jackson Heights. Queens. I may call them to see if they have any info or photos. Worse they can do is hang up. Paul

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It looks mean with the short snout and big rubber at least 22" maybe 24". Joe D.

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Damn you guys are sure coming thru for fleet friday, im slipping I cant upload anything from my phone right now so its hell to take a picture, email it to myself then save it to my computer and then upload, geez.

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Damn you guys are sure coming thru for fleet friday, im slipping I cant upload anything from my phone right now so its hell to take a picture, email it to myself then save it to my computer and then upload, geez.

Maybe OD could interview and hire a secretary for you.....?

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Late but here's one of 20 in the fleet. Paul

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WoW! A B71 and a sleeper as well.

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what ever became of the tandem B71 integral sleeper that came to a few shows? it was Mack green and owned by SMX?

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I'm on it...

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She looks expensive, I can't pay much, think shell trade for "other" services?

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She looks expensive, I can't pay much, think shell trade for "other" services?

She probably is flexible........

on work related details.

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what ever became of the tandem B71 integral sleeper that came to a few shows? it was Mack green and owned by SMX?

its alive,well and still in Iowa,now owned by the Crouse Bros. I was lucky enough to get to drive it a few years ago at a show,was all I could do to get wedged in behind the steering wheel.

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Small but works

Like the paint scheme!! Looks like a traditional northeast design. Paul

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