Gathering dust in the back of a farmer's barn for decades, this old Mack seems to have last hit the road around 1976; that's the date on its last inspection sticker at least.
Believe it or not, this classic Mack is powered by a gasoline engine.
A later-model Mack classic, this one from 1983, performed the towing duties for its more aged brethren.
When Midway bought this old 1983 Mack, all it had to do was install new batteries to get this long-in-the-tooth tractor's engine to fire right up.
Literally unearthed from a farmer's barn, an old Mack gets to see the light of day again, courtesy of the intrepid "truck hunters" at Midway Salvage.
"an old Mack gets to see the light of day again"
Mr. Kilcarr, does the word "International" on the side cowl panel and the "IH" logo on the front of this old truck mean anything to you? How many months have you been writing about the truck industry?
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