- Delivered to Transportation Commission in Seattle, WA on Jan. 31, 1940.
- Mack pioneered the use of air cleaners and oil filters on trucks, beginning in 1918.
- Cab-over-engine (COE) design reduces overall vehicle length.
- Price new: $2,320.
This 1940 Mack 2 Ton Cab over dump bed truck was originally a Puget Power truck with a cherry picker and an open roof. It was in terrible shape when Gary Klokstad bought it and had Bob Brown restore it. The Klokstad family later donated it to the LeMay family.
1940 Mack Flatbed
Style: 2 Ton Dump Truck
Serial No: bg12422
Engine Size: 310 cid
Engine Cylinders: I-6
Engine BHP: 96 BHP