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if i remember right that truck was untouched on the inside... I think it was all original with all the paint rubbed off here and there. there was also a B613LT out behind the bathrooms, green that was the most original survivor I have ever seen,aluminum round tanks and an aluminum hood

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I can only imagine the new breed asked to drive one of these.hell our #1 driver won't even drive the 90 RD 690 too old too slow no a/c him and I ran together  wensday we each hauled 7 loads in 8 hrs and I was 7min behind him 

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yes that one. I was drooling over that B. the guy with the Autocar parked next to me last year at Macungie. nice truck but I know he didn't leave his truck the whole time to look at anyone elses truck as he was too busy tooting his own horn

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6 hours ago, BERTRAM said:

That Autocar was nice. It looked like even the front axle was chromed. The B model is mine. I drove it to Macungie from Long Island. Pretty bouncy ride, especially over the Cross Bronx Expressway and the GW Bridge. It's something I always wanted to do though. It  ran like a

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I'll take your B over that Autocar any day of the week! Never drove a B, but their look is growing on me!

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