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Ed, That's a nice solid looking truck. I had the same experience with a B-68 C&C some years back. I made the mistake of calling a towing company that was selling the truck to cover towing and storage. Not far into the conversation they asked that same question "what do you have in mind" as to price. I threw out a number to include delivery (about 20 miles) thinking they would never accept. Low and behold it was mine.

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Would look good with an airstream camper on back. Hard to find these rust free. Good capture.

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Really nice looking truck. I haven't personally seen a heavy duty F model only a few pics, you snagged a rare one good job!

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Is that one of those models that was built for the Air Force?  Aluminum frame?  A similar one was for sale in New Mexico a few years back.

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IIRC aluminum frames were only available on the Western models in a straight rail configuration.

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Yes it was built for the military . Posted here 4/26/2016 GSA auctions . Sold for $1625 I think . I am trying  to get the details from the Mack Museum . Thanks all .

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Nice! 

Yours will be the only one in the neighborhood!


Jim

It doesn't cost anything to pay attention.

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Can't loose that in a parking lot with that paint!!!!

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Larry

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1 hour ago, Freightrain said:

Can't loose that in a parking lot with that paint!!!!

...not to mention the size.

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Wow I have always been a big fan of that model...plus a lot easier to find parts...have a ball with it...bob

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To bad they wern't aluminum or  galvanized cabs. Paccar and freightliner beat them to the punch with the aluminum cabs

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