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Mack » CruiseLiner

In 1980 the new CruiseLiner model came to replace the F range. It was created on the basis of the US version with the same name. Australian versions were equipped with Mack or Caterpillar engines. Visually, the Australian version can be identified by vertical rectangular headlamps instead of round which US version have.

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  1. dennis
    2011-01-06 02:05:39

    wow takes me back.those 5 in a row gotta be at mack in camberfield santarosa's cool.i did melb. to perth,melb to syd.in one with 500+hp

  2. rocco
    2011-05-26 15:46:34

    i cant belive that santarosa's mack is on the internet because that was the truck my dad drove melbourne to sydney 3 times a week for jim santarosa in 1984.the one on the photo was the one he drove it had the 400 cat in it and boy it was a top truck in its day i have a photo of it and but by that time my dad was driving it it had a bull bar with two long cb ariels. just wondering if santarosa is still around these days and if they are still in werribee i think jim santarosa had four of those macks and some kenworths

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