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RipVan

B.R.B.O. 2019 Mack DM600 #3

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I am also building the Mack DM600.  Not committing to the lowboy or bulldozer yet.  Shrink wrap on all three still intact so far.

 

 

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Purchased this original 1966 Mack sales brochure from Walter Miller's autolit.com.

 

 

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Very nice, I am doing the same dozer and lowboy, however mine are rebuilds, not new. It will be cool if you do all three.

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Well, he took the picture, so.........

just kidding, I do hope you’re able to get all three done though.

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8 hours ago, RipVan said:

I am also building the Mack DM600.  Not committing to the lowboy or bulldozer yet.  Shrink wrap on all three still intact so far.

 

 

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Holy cow !!!!    that would be like 6 years for me to finish all of that !!!!

 

 

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Interesting to see how these DMs will differ! Steel hood anybody?? Looking forward to more! Welcome to the Build Off!

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Used to be a little single axle five yarder running around the area with an offset cab. Not sure what model it was but seeing this box art reminded me of it. 

I also concur with the six year build time...

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Neat, going to enjoy watching all these macks coming together

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All 3 would be a knock out. I have 2 of the bulldozers and plan on buying another 2. Great kits! The literature you got also is very neat.

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Shrink wrap still not removed, but working on the important stuff: suzie coils!

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I’ve made my own service lines in the past, but the ones that AITM have are fantastic. 

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