Pic of the Week
Here are some pics of a 1971 361 that is owned by Jose A. Muñoz Rodriguez. He sent me these pictures over the week and I thought they would make a great 'pic of the week'. They will also be included in the future 'Readers Truck" section of http://www.HUSKIDRIVE.com
Here is the info that Jose sent me...400HP Cummins Big Cam III engine, Fuller RTO 12513 transmission, Hendrickson 46.000 pounds suspension with 5:29 ratio and 10 Alcoa hub pilot wheels.
Here are some pics of a 1963 158LL-61551 tandem dump. We believe this truck was originally a gas job that someone converted to either a C160 or C180 Cummins. Pictures courtesy of Joe D. Maybe Joe can provide some further information?
Tom The tin on the truck was pretty good.Engine was shoe horned in there. The truck started out as a gas job and owner put Cummins in there for better fuel mileage and a little more power.It has a 5X3 trans and gauges are not busted by vandals. Joe D.
This past weekend my father, myself and my son... (Tom III, IV and V respectively :lol: :) ) went to Macungie for the truck show. There was only a hand full of Brockway's there this year. While walking through the flea market section I found this 358 tucked behind a tent at Pfals Restoration. Pfals are well known for the Mack Truck restorations and if you have ever seen one in person, you would know why.
They did an excellent job on this BEST truck and hopefully they will bring it to Cortland...
Here is a pic of a 361 'Pickup' that is owned by Tony Masone. It started it's life off as F361T-81890 and at some time was turned into a pickup, possibly in Florida. It has a 292 6 cylinder engine with a 5 speed Borg Warner Trans, and a long step side bed that was donated by a '68 Chevy 3/4 ton pickup.
Tony bought it from the second owner and is currently in the process of restoring it.