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Thought id add one of my dads old mack. It was only 4 years old when he got it, has a 400hp e7, and mack 12speed. Was sold to my uncle, who ran it for years and sold it once he retired. Was rumoured to be the last valueliner made. Not sure how true that is?

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Did not know that they put the in line 6 in the later Valueliners. Here is the V8 model I imported over to the US.

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Did not know that they put the in line 6 in the later Valueliners. Here is the V8 model I imported over to the US.

I read the story about you importing that truck. And only just a few weeks ago a bloke was telling me the story of an American who bought his mates Mack... And I wouldn't of believed it had I not read it here first!

That one of yours looks very nice!

I think Mack made about 50 of the sloped bonnet valueliners with the inline 6 in it. We have a red and white one which is in my gallery, which also has an e7 in it.

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some very cool stuff you have had a connection with Timmy

who was asking about the Mack Australian sleeper cab that would be one there by the looks of it

thanks for sharing Timmy

Paul

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