Mack » N-series
In 1957, the N series came to replace the D series. The trucks were equipped with the same cabins with Ford C-series, so it can be easily confused. The N series trucks were used for intercity and urban transportation. These trucks were equipped with gasoline Magnadyne engines with an output of 150 hp, which were ideal for city traffic, and gasoline or diesel Thermodyne engines with power of 185 hp (gasoline version) and 170-205 hp (diesel versions). Transmissions are 5-, 10-, 15- and 20-speed. 2 and 3-axle chassis were offered. The next models were produced: N42 (1957-1962, 726 pcs.), N422 (1960-1961, 32 pcs.), N44 (1958-1961, 91 pcs.), N442 (1961, 3 pcs.), N60 (1958-1959, 83 pcs.), N61 (1958-1962, 896 pcs.), N68 (1960-1961, 47 pcs.), N613 (1957-1960, 67 pcs.). Totally 1945 trucks of N series were made.