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My grandfather was a devoted mack owner , he gave me a toy mack when I was a kid around 1965 it was all alum truck and trailer with real rubber tires. It came from mack a dealership sadly it is long gone but would love to find a replacement. Any sources ???

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mate have never heard of one do you have a picture of the toy back in the day it might help people to locate one for you

Paul

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Probably a Smith-Miller MACK with the aluminum P.I.E. trailer. Look like this one? yeah the truck is in a coffin.....

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Coffin???

When I asked the seller for a clear photo of it, the only good place the guy had to show the condition was a demo coffin in his funeral parlor. Paul

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Well.....that explains it. Did you end up with it?

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Yes. I only spent an arm for it too but the gentleman through in a pair of early 50's Tootsie Toy 1/43 MACK L model tractors with a tanker trailer and a flatbed for gratis.

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My guess would be a Smith-Miller too,better get out your wallet! the reproductions are getting more expensive than the originals! Paul,you mentioned Tootsietoys,you wouldn't happen to have a junk flatbed lying around would you? I'm restoring a B-Model with the Texaco tanker and an L-Model I'd like to pair up with the flatbed?................................................Mark

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My guess would be a Smith-Miller too,better get out your wallet! the reproductions are getting more expensive than the originals! Paul,you mentioned Tootsietoys,you wouldn't happen to have a junk flatbed lying around would you? I'm restoring a B-Model with the Texaco tanker and an L-Model I'd like to pair up with the flatbed?................................................Mark

The one like this??

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The one im looking for has a rounded nose and stake sides I think? I couldn't find a good picture of the one I remember...............................Mark

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The one im looking for has a rounded nose and stake sides I think? I couldn't find a good picture of the one I remember...............................Mark

I know the one you want. I have only one with the power unit. I'll ask around at the next L.I. Antique Power Equipment meeting, there's a few collectors there who have parts.

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It was a a b61 in mack green looked like a 1961 or similar model.

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Smith-Miller made them in Red, Green, Blue, Yellow and a Goldish color.

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please give me a call and I'll pass along a friend's number that has a number of these toy Macks for sale.

Marty

c. # 773-four-nine-zero-9747.

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lots of smith-miller on ebay.every one from teephone trucks to army trucks to truck and pup fire trucks and some thompson reproductions. 

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