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Mack man 1973

A superliner you don't find often

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Oh that's a beautiful Super, with a 7FB Cat and a real power steering pump instead of those crappy TRW aluminum ones that are used today. The kind of truck a fellow

doesn't mind working on when he has to.:) 

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There are some very cool Macks in Johnstown.    ;-)    Of course, the coolest ones belong to Maverick.

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Would like to see pictures when finished . Looks great as is .

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Very sharp truck

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Nice truck, the Superliners were in the Pete class, I drove one for quite a few years, we bought it new in Canada, they tend to spec their trucks heavier than the US, it had a 400 Cummins with a 13 over with 242 wheelbase and 48 Rockwell rears with a 60 inch spread, rode like a Rolls, all of the emenaties, a really plush interior, would have preferred the Cat like the one in yours.

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1973, do you do body and paint work full time, or is it a hobby?

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I do paint and body for a living on trucks I specialize in Mack obviously but I paint any brand . I worked for flag city Mack before I started my own shop I worked for them for 12 years I've Been on my own for 8 years now . 

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Some nice looking paint work! I especially like the black CL.

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Where do you have to go to get Cats worked on nowadays. Construction dealers? 

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5 minutes ago, james j neiweem said:

Where do you have to go to get Cats worked on nowadays. Construction dealers? 

Courvilles montville ct

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Beautiful truck , is it for sale and if so what would be your asking price

 

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