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Nice pictures and information Brocky. thanks Joe D.

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Wow! What a collection.

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So that's who got the MACK NJU!! Good home for it! I was curious who won the auction. Paul

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This is Ian Bell Lee

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Ian Lee has his own Museum in the state of Victoria

http://www.tyldenheritage.com.au

Clikity .......................... ClikClikClik

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Swishy

Thanks for correcting my short memory.. We visited his place and I will post some pictures from there when I get a chance..

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Thanks for the great pictures!

I now know where several "missing" Mack trucks went to.

you said it.that man must have some deep pockets.

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wonder how he got the Cecio Brothers orange Mack out from them? I notice the Ralph Smith H62 in the background to. and I think the red A model with Harnden on the door is from the states??

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Just no words to describe!

Great place!

Seems that man bought many nice Macks from the States but I hope you guys don't seem extremely bad this kind of exporting.

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Yea, deep pockets is an understatement... The red H63 with black fenders is the one Brad Wike(spelling) restored

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A friend of mine has a favorite saying "Cubic dollars will make things happen".

Harnden was from Tonawanda, the black C from MA, Parker's trucks from Avon, the Frowiss AC, the red Jr. from UT, I believe, and the list goes on.

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Very impressive!

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Wow what a collection and look at this a R 800 brocky youve seen one long before me you lucky duck

top stuff and thanks for posting

Paul

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wonder how he got the Cecio Brothers orange Mack out from them? I notice the Ralph Smith H62 in the background to. and I think the red A model with Harnden on the door is from the states??

H-60 Matt, but that's all right, I know what you meant.

That's the blue "Cherry Picker"

Sorry I missed you at Gerhart's

Ron

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I knew it was a 60 something . I didn't stay long. I took a bunch of pictures tho. I looked thru the building, didn't notice you anywhere.

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Think in 40-50 years guys will have a collection of vn Volvo's? Hahaha hahaha

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Had the pleasure of spending time there and looking about some true pieces of Mack history there

And a true gentleman as well

I thank him for the time

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