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1973 Mack R795RS belonging to logging contractor A.M. (Alf) Walling of Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand-would have the ENDT865 Maxidyne 325 V8 motor. This truck is fitted with an  Australian RP-Reinforced Plastics fibreglass cab.
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must be getting old ,I remember when rednorth were runnin fodens with nh 220,s
not sure if they still exist???http://www.worldsmartkids.com/images/Road_Train.jpg
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A Mack LJ and B model at the show in Ballston Spa, NY.


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Pretty sharp rig!


1956 Mack H-63.


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I like the 63's better also.  I can scan the wrecker picture if needed.

Here is another from the March/Ap 2001 Double Clutch cover.

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Whos got a photo of the H63 wrecker on the cover of Double Clutch? I love those front fenders, better than the flat ones with steps on H-67

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That's an R700 isn't It Ron ??..........
Did they all have that vent in the bonnet (hood)??

seed buggered if I no mate????  just looked odd with that set back axle
cant even remember were I stole the pic from!!!
in the late 70,s wetternalls ordered  6 r models with extended hoods
they had nta 420 cummins   12515 rr and 44 rockwells on mack camel back suspension
one that servived is parked up at dubbo water in sump and a rough cab but worth saving






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Another R-700 with a V8 badge...........
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rear end looks heavy also....



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This truck is an R797RSX-new to Burnett's Motors, Ashburton, Mid Canterbury, New Zealand-it had a 136 ton gross rating-one of about 4 really heavy rated R models in N.Z. Originally 375 h.p. Thermodyne ENDT866 V8, 12 speed Maxitorque box and 58,000 lbs wide spaced tandem. It was repowered by Milton Durham with a 3408-this motor came second hand from Trucking Supplies, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W., Australia-I think it came out of a wrecked KW. Photos courtesy of Milton Durham.
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