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2003 Mack Tandem Dump Truck CV713 used for sale

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2003 Mack Tandem Dump Truck CV713 used for sale

~ The Greatest Name in Trucks ~

~ Bull Dog Tough ~

~ Performance Counts ~

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

1900:

The early years of this century were years full of invention, the revolutionary effects of which we're still feeling today. In 1902, Willis Carrier introduced air conditioning; in 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright flew the first successful airplane at Kitty Hawk; and in 1908, Henry Ford introduced the Model T. During this same time, John Mack and his brothers were hard at work setting the pace for an entirely new mode of commercial transportation. In the spirit of these other great pioneers, John Mack had a vision -- to produce the most durable and powerful heavy-duty trucks and engines in the world. The innovative designs and products he created began a tradition of innovation that has continued to this day.

John Mack had already spent years researching and experimenting with his own design for a motorized wagon by the time he and his brothers opened their first bus manufacturing plant in 1900. The work paid off the same year, when the brothers introduced their first successful vehicle -- a 40-horsepower, 20-passenger bus. The Mack bus, built for sightseeing concessionaire Harris and McGuire, operated in Brooklyn's Prospect Park for eight years before being converted into a truck. The vehicle racked up a million miles of service, the first in a long line of Mack vehicles to do so. The success and acceptance of "Old No. 1" initiated a history of truck development unparalleled in the industry, and established a company whose reputation for tough, high-quality products has since become "part of the language."

John Mack had already spent years researching and experimenting with his own design for a motorized wagon by the time he and his brothers opened their first bus manufacturing plant in 1900. The work paid off the same year, when the brothers introduced their first successful vehicle -- a 40-horsepower, 20-passenger bus. The Mack bus, built for sightseeing concessionaire Harris and McGuire, operated in Brooklyn's Prospect Park for eight years before being converted into a truck. The vehicle racked up a million miles of service, the first in a long line of Mack vehicles to do so. The success and acceptance of "Old No. 1" initiated a history of truck development unparalleled in the industry, and established a company whose reputation for tough, high-quality products has since become "part of the language."

Mack used a slogan in advertisements for many years, especially when we produced buses..."The first Mack was a bus and the first bus was a Mack." The actual inspiration for building a large commercial motor vehicle truck is reported to have occurred when Jack Mack was invited for a ride in a neighbor's new 2-cylinder Winton automobile. The neighbor was Theodore Heilbron, captain of William Randolph Hearst's private yacht, who lived at 33 Third Avenue, a block from the Mack shop on Atlantic Avenue. The ride most likely took place in the fall, when the new 1902 Winton touring car was introduced. The superior performance of the new Winton soon had the two automobilists in an enthusiastic mood. And it was not long before their conversation centered on the future developments of gasoline engines and motor vehicles. Mack Brothers Company is incorporated in New York with John M., Augustus F., and William C. Mack as the directors.

Mack Philosophy

A Mack® truck is different from the rest. Where Mack competition joins components from various suppliers and calls it a truck, Mack builds the powertrain as well as the vehicle. That in it self sets them apart unlike any other Truck Manufacture

Building A Relationship

You're not in business to own trucks. You're in business to profit from them. If you have too much truck for the job, it's hard to make money. If you have too little truck, it's even harder to make money.

~ The Mack Difference ~

This Truck is Equipped

with a

2003

427 Horse Power Mack Motor

Double Frame

Maxitorque ~ES~ T310M 10Spd Trans

With Multi Speed Reverse

Mack 18,000 Lb Front Axle FAW 18(Wide Pivot Center)

Mack S582 58,000 Lb Multi Leaf Camel Back Rear Suspension

5:02 Ratio

12R 24.5 Tires

163,324 Miles

Please understand I don't own this truck personally

I am a full time broker selling for a customer

My goal is to bring the buyer and seller together

I do my very best to tell you what I know

I encourage and very much support a pre-buy inspection

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

2003 Mack Tandem  Dump Truck  CV713

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