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2 hours ago, j hancock said:

1966 was the last year for the B models.

Sort of fun to think you could have an old 1964 U model or a 1965 R model parked next to a new B!

 

I believe I read once the last B was a  B53.    terry:MackLogo:

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5 minutes ago, terry said:

I believe I read once the last B was a  B53.    terry:MackLogo:

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1 hour ago, terry said:

I believe I read once the last B was a  B53.    terry:MackLogo:

Last one is a B-57 S.  It has the short hood and fender assembly with a flat back cab.

A B-53 uses the same sheet metal as a B-61 

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19 minutes ago, j hancock said:

Last one is a B-57 S.  It has the short hood and fender assembly with a flat back cab.

A B-53 uses the same sheet metal as a B-61 

Ufff, never even thought about that. Thanks for pointing out.

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18 hours ago, mowerman said:

I heard they had so many B model parts on hand they decided to run the assembly line one more year...bob

Similar to how they still had L parts left over when B production was going, so some Bs got L cabs... my favorite editions of the Bs, and possibly my favorite Macks in general...

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