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Mack H69 Who knew??

Posted By D2Denny Thursday, October 25, 2018 3:07 PM
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There may be some pictures of NYC Certified Concrete's big H model mixers in one of Edgar Browning's books about NYC construction projects??

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Thanks for posting Mackdaddy. Never knew these existed either. Also came across a photo of an H-81 and a H-81SX recently. These were heavy duty chassis with a day cab H cab used for concrete mixers in eastern cities. Saw one once with a concrete mixer mounted at Gearhadt's show.

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The first were H-65's and like cutting out half of the sleeper really made much of a difference??http://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/29538f4d-9650-4093-adcf-bd73.JPG

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fwiw i remember seeing one of those h model day cab macks in cal. long time ago hooked to a set of hay trailers. i remember thinking it looked a little out of place with no sleeper
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I suspected you had a Bowser manual, as I have a copy also. I've used it for transmission ratio information, but never looked at the H model section. He also made several copies of my late 60s era GMC manual showing Crackerboxes and L model steel tilt . At one time while I was newsletter editor, he made the copies for the club also .
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Dan You are thinking about Harry Muhlschlegel's 1958 H-63 which is decked out in Roadway livery from the 60's. There is a picture of it in the 2005 Showtime from Auburn.

Jesse What you have pictured is also an early H-63.

The H-69 is a daycab with no sleeper.

Interestingly Dan, is that the Salesman's book I obtained came from Jim Bowsers collection. The story I got is that Jim found an original Salesman's book and took it to work (NASA) and made several copies on their/our nickel. I have one of those copies. Its close to 250 pages double sided!!

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Not sure if this is close to an answer or not.

This is Tom Gardner's 1958 H Model Mack towing his 1923 AB Mack. (2018 Keystone ATCA Show - Martinsburg PA)
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At Hershey about 10 years ago somebody showed something like this in Roadway colors .. I was given pictures of it, the guy thought it was a 6-71T .
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I have owned an H-67 and a B-42, purchased many "Mack" books, been to Macungie and 30 years of truck shows, and have never
come cross or heard of this model Mack. Recently I picked up a 60's Mack salesman book with photos and specs of their entire line. I was blown away when I came cross this. Does anyone know if any still exist?

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