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Old 11-02-2017, 09:52:56 PM
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I recently acquired a MACK AC 5 ton truck that is thought to be a 1927. It is fairly complete but I do need a rad cap, cab side name plates & front fenders. If anyone has any idea where to find these I would greatly appreciate any information.

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Ok,that is what my grandfather drove alot back many years ago.
He was driving 1 pulling a trailer for Moss Trucking company hauling mill machinery in 1940 near Gastonia NC when the Crescent Limited high speed passenger train took the trailer loose! I will have to find the pic and post it. Newspaper said the truck stalled. I guess that is a good thing because the fact is,Grandpal didn't see the train and gunned it to get as much across the tracks as he could.
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Not nearly as useless as my camera in a dark building!! Hang on, pictures will come along once the truck is delivered.

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Craig & all, Here is a start. This is about the only part I could bring home in my 1/2 ton GMC. The rest will arrive when the fellow with the large float has time. (The Do It Now rate is much harder to swallow)

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Funny, never saw that model cab before and American pickers had a show w/ 2 of them in it the next day.
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Always Loved the AC Bulldog's.

Built a couple 1/24th scale models of them 45 years ago and still love them as much now as I did then.

Looking Forward to seeing Many More Pictures of this one.

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The MACK arrived today! Here are some pictures as it is. The rad looks to be rebuilt & is still in my pickup. The right side running board assembly is new & in the box. The Wood hoist is in the box as well.

It does not have a starter but it looks like there is a boss on the engine for one & the flywheel cover has a bulge that could be opened up to add a starter - has anyone done that? The 5" bore & 6" stroke will not go well with my heart medication.

I need both fenders or patterns and the rad cap or a borrowed one to copy.

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More pictures;

I forgot to mention that one MACK front wheel with a good 36 X 6 solid tire would be nice to find as well
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