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Help identify these (1940's?) Mack Trucks

Truck No. 18

Truck No. 19

Truck No. 19

These are photos of a trucking company that my great-uncle and grandfather (pictured) operated in Washington state from 1928 thru 1958.

I am trying to identify the year and model of the trucks. I believe there are at least three trucks: No. 18, No. 19, and possibly No. 16 in the photo at the warehouse. It looks as though all of the "big" trucks are Macks.

Also, if anyone can identify the black flatbed in the next to last photo, that would be appreciated.

Thanks for your help!


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Anonymous on Feb 13, 2012 said:

The Mack trucks in your photos are "E" Models. Built from 1936 thru 1950. GVW was up to 23,000#s I found this info in book I have History of Mack Trucks by Tom Brownell. Hope this helps. Mike Coulter Mesa,AZ.

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scouterjim98109 on Feb 13, 2012 said:

Yes, it does. I suspected the E model. Thanks!

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34mc564204ba on Feb 14, 2012 said:

Mike again,the black flatbed is a '41 to '47 Ford a 3/4 or 1 ton. Check out my '56 Chev BelAir under '50s members cars.Imagine using those mirrors on the Macks today. Take care,Mike C

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