They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks but in the case of these Mack Bulldogs why bother? They know all the tricks that matter. Looking cool. Working hard. Making money. I recently spotted this R-600 spreading asphalt one wheelbarrow load at a time.
Here is another R-Model oldie with spreader box out back. This truck seems remarkably rust free considering the application it was used for in the past. Maybe it wasn’t used for road salt but some sort of agricultural application.
I’ve had my eye on this B-Model from a very long time now. It usually hides behind a fence and many other trucks. The other day it was lounging by the side of the road so I grabbed a quick shot.
And finally here is another R-Model wearing familiar colors that I just can’t place my finger on. The company name has been blotted out but the “Syracuse, NY” location name can still be seen above illegible DOT numbers. Any thoughts?
That green and white mack looks like it might be an old Mirabito fuel truck.
Probably a good guess. This truck was down the street from their location on Bear St.
The second one is cool, no rust