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That truck had a very nice sounding exhaust sound.   They had it running when we looked at it.  

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Like I ve said before  ya got some awesome pics

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That is a baad boy first one I've seen!, is that cab the same as the later LJs?

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What's a Hall Scott engine all about? Can't say I've heard of them. Were they a factory option from Mack? 

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Thanks Superdog. Yeah sounds like a beast of an engine!

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Pretty sure this one is 2nd one built.  No. 1 LT should look this good or better when the new owners get it done.

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1 hour ago, Superdog said:

1091 c.i.d, 400 hp on butane,big power for those days. Yes,they were factory option.

 

Butane... as in lighter fluid?

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The louvered hood  sure looks  cool  on that LT! How long did they use that side panel,anybody  know  ?   Al  

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On 7/24/2017 at 11:59 PM, Hobert62 said:

That truck had a very nice sounding exhaust sound.   They had it running when we looked at it.  

On cool crisp mornings a Hall Scott with a straight pipe like that one could be heard a long ways off. An acquaintance has two Hall Scott 1091's stored away, came out of loggers they ran years ago.

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14 hours ago, mackey58 said:

Like I ve said before  ya got some awesome pics

Thanks!  I appreciate and thank all the folks that bring their trucks out for us to look at.

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14 hours ago, BillyT said:

That is a baad boy first one I've seen!, is that cab the same as the later LJs?

Variations of this cab were used on L models, LJ's, early Mack F models (FT, FW), C models and the B models with the CA-31 designation along with other Mack low production and one-off trucks.

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9 hours ago, fxfymn said:

The Hall-Scott was used on the largest fire apparatus Mack built so the rigs would have the ability to pump 1500 GPM in both the  L models and B models. it was a matter of discussion about whether the 1500 GPM was the water or the fuel moved to run the engine.

did they put the 1091 in firetrucks too or just the 935? my type 21 L model has the 935 Hall Scott

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On 7/26/2017 at 6:46 PM, Superdog said:

did they put the 1091 in firetrucks too or just the 935? my type 21 L model has the 935 Hall Scott

I have seen two 21 L's with the 1091 but I have no idea what the numbers really are for 1091 equipped Mack fire trucks

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