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Along with Autocar and the B-81 this used to be the mixer of choice in New England and the Midwest.

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21 hours ago, james j neiweem said:

Along with Autocar and the B-81 this used to be the mixer of choice in New England and the Midwest.

Yep. My dad drove both back in the '60s and '70s. The B-81s had 673s and 673Ts and the Autocar had a 230 Cummins with a 13spd Road Ranger. He the Autocar was a good truck, but the Mack held the load better and had better gearing with the Quadbox.

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