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The AC at the end of the last set of photos have a MACK manufactured winch on it?

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13 minutes ago, 41chevy said:

The AC at the end of the last set of photos have a MACK manufactured winch on it?

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I never looked. This one is a AK.

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1 minute ago, Superdog said:

 

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I never looked. This one is a AK.

Didn't count the louvers Been trying to get photos and detailed info on the MACK  cast and manufactures`  winches for a while.. Paul

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53 minutes ago, 41chevy said:

Didn't count the louvers Been trying to get photos and detailed info on the MACK  cast and manufactures`  winches for a while.. Paul

I'll look next time I'm there. They just dug this one out of storage,glad to see it again.

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Neat Macks there. I remember you posted the pics of some of them before.

The F-model concrete mixer looks similar to the one at Gary Mahan's collection.

Is that a "brother" or just the same truck?

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2 hours ago, Vladislav said:

Neat Macks there. I remember you posted the pics of some of them before.

The F-model concrete mixer looks similar to the one at Gary Mahan's collection.

Is that a "brother" or just the same truck?

I don't think they got that from Mahan"s.

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I remember that maroon B61ST with red frame and black fenders at Macungie probably 20 years ago, that's on the list of ''Trucks that have dissapeared''

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12 minutes ago, Maddog13407 said:

I remember that maroon B61ST with red frame and black fenders at Macungie probably 20 years ago, that's on the list of ''Trucks that have dissapeared''

That truck came out of Dick Guerra's(?) collection. They have his old 951 Diamond T also.

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49 minutes ago, ekennedy21 said:

Gary has an FJ that looks very similar, but it is mixer number 28 not 36 and it has a rectangular water tank versus a cylindrical one.

That's a real pleasure to meet such deep experts on here who can easily identify old units.

That mixer looked to me ultimately rare so I just haven't mind of multiple units in the existance.

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I'm surprized nobody has mentioned the flaw in the otherwise perfect former Yaworski B873SX

 

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Cummins had a Thermodyne also ...............

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Yep, I don't know who restored it,but that was a major boo boo .

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Yaworski B87 could be the twin to mine,it even has the big square radiator top tank.Which museum are these trucks in?Would like to visit.

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4 hours ago, hicrop10 said:

Yaworski B87 could be the twin to mine,it even has the big square radiator top tank.Which museum are these trucks in?Would like to visit.

Iowa 80 Museum , at the Walcott exit off I 80.

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Wife and I stopped there 3 years ago on our way to Yakima Wash. A revisit is in the plans for next year's ATHS National show in Des Moines.. 

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1 hour ago, Brocky said:

Wife and I stopped there 3 years ago on our way to Yakima Wash. A revisit is in the plans for next year's ATHS National show in Des Moines.. 

They've added on,lots more stuff on display now.

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