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2 hours ago, B MACK said:

A buddy was delivering a load the other day and went by where these " old dogs" were parked. I'm sure you guys have probably seems these trucks before, but I posted them anyway.

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Interesting-where was that taken?- I noticed the Conn. Sand and Stone B and the gold B with the black hash marks on bumper.  If I'm not mistaken that is an O & G truck.  Very large Conn. contractor-still going strong.  

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Nice looking raw of old Macks.

Although they're kept outside it seems like someone have fun owning them.

Thanks for sharing.

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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On 1/11/2021 at 8:05 AM, mowerman said:

wow,,,jackpot...ive never seen them.....thanks for the post,,,most of them look like thier still alive..bob

The yellow b model is from St. Louis, JH Berra is the company. Was just in their yard and saw this roll off.

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