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how sad to see all that beautiful iron just wasting away

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Capt. Crunch,

Where is this graveyard located? I would like to go there and maybe land a prospective new bulldog.

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That's a frickin treasure trove!

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They also have a few motors on pallets that are all seized, and they have a 707 and that me and dad have been picking off and we still need it... so if anyone who goes could leave the firetrucks and that motor alone that would be great! I know that’s a lot to ask but we really need those parts and are trying to build up the funds to be able to get them...

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Quite the selection of macks!    terry:MackLogo:

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I see a few MB cabs sitting in there!

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I like the super dog with the round headlights. 

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I also like the superdog with round headlites and makes me wonder the story in the MH cabover with the bicentennial colors and Mack logo on the door

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1 minute ago, Maddog13407 said:

I also like the superdog with round headlites and makes me wonder the story in the MH cabover with the bicentennial colors and Mack logo on the door

Look closer, there’s two of those bicentennial MH’s

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2 minutes ago, Maddog13407 said:

I also like the superdog with round headlites and makes me wonder the story in the MH cabover with the bicentennial colors and Mack logo on the door

Looking all 3 of the trucks with that paint job have big Mack truck logos and say Allentown, Pa. do you suppose they were some sort of promotional rolling advertisements?

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A bunch of the truck there seem to be internal Allentown trucks, the white Superliner actually has (something) Development Line on it... a couple other trucks were drivetrain mules, most of them are from PA atleast. Most of these trucks have been parted out though, and they have a few really pretty running trucks, so it makes it pretty obvious where all the parts went...

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Been by there a year ago and do not remember it being so organized. Also looks like they added to the collection of MH's, B's and more fire trucks. Glad someone is getting some good parts and they are selling. It is to far for me to go and parts pick. Good luck and Good find. 👍 

Looks like more than a few of those Mack were actual Mack company trucks in factory red, white & blue colors. See the V-Mac on the side of one MH. Maybe it was a test truck, don't think there was a V-Mac offered in a MH.

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I have a 93 MH with an E7 V-Mack engine

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On 8/24/2019 at 7:46 PM, glitchwrks said:

I see a few MB cabs sitting in there!

Hippy-what would you do with another one???

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Looks like a very nice place to be at and grab sone needed (and unneeded) pieces of iron.

I like the L's and the sun visor on the MH.

Hope you will share the location after your deal is done.

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I sure will share! Last I checked they had 7 Ls and 4 CFs and that’s all I counted because that’s what I need parts off of...

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On 8/25/2019 at 10:56 PM, Red Horse said:

Hippy-what would you do with another one???

Hi Bob, lt sure would be nice to have a spare!  .....Hippy

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On ‎8‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 12:54 AM, HeavyGunner said:

I like the super dog with the round headlights. 

Here's a bit of wishful thinking. The superdog with the round headlamps has the newer bumper from the 2nd generation. You can tell by the position of the cutouts. However, It still has the round headlamp hood from the original super liner and that looks to me like it says 'Vehicle Development Lab' on the door.

Now wouldn't it be great if it turned out to be a pre-production prototype for the 2nd gen. Superliner- an MH frame with Superliner cab and hood mounted on it. I'd love it to be true. Maybe someone can get a closer look?

 

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It’s a single screw, or at,east that’s what’s left, but it’s wrapped in foliage and it’s hard to see much, not to mention the back has some miscellaneous parts on it that were taken off of surrounding trucks. But if I were to hazard a guess I’d say it is probably a prototype of some sort!

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I know where that's all at. My lips are sealed 

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I guess it's in PA 😎

If I'm able to show up to Trucktoberfest this fall I would try to show up at that place too.

But from observing the amount of threasuries there it seems to me I shouldn't show up at all...

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