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Any telephone Number for that truck?

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Be interesting to see the plate or at least get the VIN. Not many built as tractors.

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We had 2 of them as tractors.

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if you get more info that would be good would look good next to my yellow one :SMOKIE-LFT:

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Zara and LIZZA on Long Island both ran a bunch of them in the early 70's.

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man,,,that thing is tits,,,wow...bob

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Very popular in CONN. Arute Bro's Suzio concrete Tilcon quarry Yaworsky trucking Genovece Hallamore motor trans Dayton const. George Tomaso Herbert Butler.

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blackdog-wasn't there a company-Brennan- that worked CT? they had a DM800 lowboy tractor

driver didn't see the little old lady stop, and start going back in the crosswalk

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That would be how I would want a DM if I had one. I love the big nose hanging out in front of the front end on that model. It looks tough as nails.

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Zara and LIZZA on Long Island both ran a bunch of them in the early 70's.

There are a couple names from the past. Lizza is still huge here in NYC with three companies. I have been doing doubles working nites for them . They are doing a lot of the milling work for the DOT in NYC and it seems like they have all the paving work on Long Island

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If I get back that way I'll try and get more info.

Any Luck with a number ?Thanks

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I can't see the dashboard but the cab looks like a pre-'73. I'm assuming that a 73 DM-800 would have the larger cab since length was obviously not an issue.

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looks like the small cab...........

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There are a couple names from the past. Lizza is still huge here in NYC with three companies. I have been doing doubles working nites for them . They are doing a lot of the milling work for the DOT in NYC and it seems like they have all the paving work on Long Island

Lizza has always had a real good relationship with NYC, Nassau and NYS. When they opened "Mount Hope" the city bent over backwards for them to get open with no NIMBY crap.

When I was a kid growing up in Oyster Bay the 3 big businesses in the village was LIZZA, ZARA and Preferred Sand And Gravel and all MACKS, Autocars and Diamond T units. Set my preference in trucks for life. Paul

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blackdog-wasn't there a company-Brennan- that worked CT? they had a DM800 lowboy tractor

driver didn't see the little old lady stop, and start going back in the crosswalk

Ed, I remember that truck of Brennan's. Della had a couple too.

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Ed, I remember that truck of Brennan's. Della had a couple too.

Della a sod company?

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Yes thanks you !

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Della a sod company?

Della construction had all type of macks Dom Moffo bought all the DM 686 triaxels they sold the gravel operation to Kobeluck in witch the operations manager was just arrested for embezzling 1.14 million dollars over a 10 year period plus his 100k a year salary ,

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