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Old 02-29-2016, 11:26 PM   #1
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1957 Mack C49T

This one is a classic guys, it's been converted before but is in a state of disrepair now. I'm going to be working on it to get it all up and running. Inside and out it needs work but I think I've got the skills and determination to get it done. Thankfully it has ALL the service manuals so I have a lot of reading ahead of me. I have been a full time RVer for a little bit now so it isn't all new to me.
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Old 03-01-2016, 07:01 AM   #2
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PICS!!!!! Or it never happened.

You have a VERY sweet bus!
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Ditto the pix! We love the classics here and this one sounds too cool.
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Is that darlin' a dognose or COE? The only C models I think I have ever seen were fire trucks with a COE frontend. Never heard of a bus model.
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Is that darlin' a dognose or COE? The only C models I think I have ever seen were fire trucks with a COE frontend. Never heard of a bus model.

This one?
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I'll get some more pictures once I head over that way. It has a Mack ENDT 673 motor, and a Turbomatic 184. I'm thinking I'll replace the transmission sometime with something that would allow highway cruising.
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Oh yeah, when those were made roads weren't as good. I don't think they were designed to hit today's speeds but should handle it well. They built them stout back them.

I love that unibrow look. Nice score.
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