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B71 Mack

Posted By KAL Tuesday, January 04, 2011 2:01 PM
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thanks for the info guys. i am payin the guy for it tomorrow so i am definetley getting it. but some things have came up so i might be resaleing it.  im located in Southern Oregon. anyone else from oregon?
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worth? Its all depending how good of shape it is in, I would say in the 3-4K range if its solid and all there. Rare truck to begin with. And not many left. I would offer a little low and meet in the middle. if the seller just wants it gone 2k sounds even better. most of the body parts can still be found but they will most likely need work before you can paint them, shared emblems are around but the B71 emblem may be hard to find. Watts mack sells all the interior stuff and some exterior stuff.

if you dont buy it I know there are a few mack guys on here that may want it so pass it along if you pass on it...

welcome to the site.

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KAL, do a yahoo search for B 71 Mack. Some picks there. The B 71 is easy to spot by its grillshell sticking out ahead of the fenders. So a Cummins would fit in.

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Com''on Earl, lets send them chickens on down the other side. 

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Couple links to trucks:

http://www.yesterdaystruck.com/contents/tpic1248.htm

http://www.hotrodhotline.com/classifieds/classifieds.php?a=2&b=31986


Larry
I'm no expert........but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
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SO ANYONE GOT ANY PICS OF A 1955 B 71? STILL LOOKING AROUND FOR SOME PRICES ON RESORABLE B 71'S.
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THANKS FOR THE INFO.
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B-71'S were made from 1953-58 0nly 522 were produced. Only engine from factory was NHB 743 cu.in. 200 HP.It had a BBC of 112 1/2". Radiator extended past fenders. It is the only B Series with this style front tin. If you see one there is no mistaking it for any other B-Model. Not many B-71'S left in any condition. Joe D.

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welcome to the board !!!  you will find a wealth of information from all the guys and women here and some cut ups and teasing goes on here like our resident MACK GUY Tomer  lol..  if you could post pics of your truck it would give some better idea what shape she is in and worth.. but if the price is right to you it is all that matters.. as for running 2 years ago sounds like some filters batteries and a drop fuel she may start right up ... good luck and welcome to the board
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HELLO FOLKS I'M  NEW TO THIS BOARD.

I'M IN THE PROCESS OF GETTIN MY HANDS ON A 1955 MACK B71. WHATS THE DIFFERANCE BETWEEN A B61 AND THE B71?

THIS TRUCK IS IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE HAS A 335 CUMMINS AND THREE STICKS IT RAN TWO YEARS AGO WHEN PARKED ANY IDEA WHAT IT MIGHT BE WORTH? THANKS FOR ANY INFO ON THE B71. KAL

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