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Mack » G-series

Introduced in 1959, the series G has come to replace old cabover series W, but was produced just 4 years. Kenworth Truck style cabin with a large windshield had a choice of 2 cabins - daycab (BBC=51') and with a sleeping compartment (BBC=80'). The trucks were equipped with Mack and Cummins engines with an output up to 335 hp. The next versions were produced: G72 (1961, 2 pcs), G73 (1959-1962, 1116 pcs), G75 (1959-1962, 319 pcs), G77 (1960-1962, 24 pcs), G733 ( 1959-1962, 177 pcs), G753 (1959-1962, 502 pcs), G773 (1959-1962, 41 pcs). About 2200 trucks were produced.

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  1. Robin
    2012-08-06 01:11:20

    I was reading your site.We have a 1961 g75-3.Does the 3 stand for the third truck made.The site states there were 319 made.

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