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Mack R Model boom truck operated by Acorn Electric in Danbury, CT This Oshkosh/Silent Hoist Q50 is used by B&F Towing of New Castle, DE. It was previously owned by Short's Garage. Bradley International Airport Fire Rescue has this 2002 Super Vac mobile command post drawn by a 2005 International tractor.
This is a new Kenworth/Jerr-Dan 85 ton wrecker recently put into service by Big Wheel Recovery Team, in East Freetown, MA. Here is a nice Mack B-81 owned by Bill's Bulldozer and Backhoe Service in Webster, MA. This is a 1926 Mack AC recently restored by Pfahl's Mack and Antique Truck Restoration and lettered for Boro Sand and Stone, of Marlboro, MA.
Bosco's Automotive in Enfield, CT operates this 1962 Oshkosh/Silent Hoist Q50, which was originally in use by the US Navy as an aircraft crash crane. This is a Mack dust control water tanker owned by Canton Village Construction in Canton, CT. This is a big International Paystar 5000 from Canton Well Drilling, of Pleasant Valley, CT.
This old GMC crane was found in Cape May, NJ and was used at a marina. Here is a nicely restored 1954 Mack owned by Cappello, located in NJ. This is a big 1940's Mack NO wrecker once operated by Certified Industries, and now part of Gerhart's Collection.
R.J. Cincotta of Waltham, MA had this Mack CL7000 tractor and lowboy at the ATHS show in Hudson, MA in 2008. On board the lowboy is a 1950's Ford/Snow-Go. Conforti Lowboy Service of Parlin, NJ operates this nice Mack DM and brought it to the ATHS show in Florham Park in June 2008. An uncommon sight in New England is this west coast built Crown school bus.
This is a nice old Mack L from Dalton Rigging. This Walter is part of the D and D Trucking fleet of snow removal equipment, based in Thompson, CT. This truck was acquired from Islip Airport, NY. This is a 1942 US Army Diamond T/Holmes wrecker.
This 1955 Mack dump truck was restored in 2006 and is owned by D. Mauro and Son in Marlboro, MA. Originally a Euclid dump truck, this was converted to a water tanker for dust control and used at a very large quarry in Lancaster County, PA. This big 1952 Autodar DC200 is an ex-Gerosa truck and is now part of the huge Gerhart's Collection in Lititz, PA.
In 1939, General Motors had a fleet of twelve GM Futurliner vehicles used to transport and showcase their traveling Parade of Progress road show. Modified in 1953, this is one of a few surviving examples from the fleet. This nicely restored Mack FJ tractor is owned by Haines and Kibblehouse, based in Skippack, PA. This 1973 Kaiser M543 ex-US Army wrecker with a 10 ton Austin Western boom was owned by Helmrich's, in Pennsauken, NJ.
Helmrich's also owned this 1960 Oshkosh/Silent Hoist Q40 crash crane which is now in service with a tow company in East Harford, CT. Harrisburg International Airport, PA has this late model International runway de-icing truck. This is a KME Snow Saw in service at Harrisburg International Airport, in Middletown, PA.
This is Highpoint's "KONG", a 1981 International Paystar with a 45 ton Challenger. The Avella Brothers had this truck rebuilt in 2008 into a 100 ton rotator, which is now the world's largest wrecker. This is a 1960 Oshkosh/Silent Hoist Q40 that was once owned by Guaranteed Motor Towing. It was modified in 1980 with the new Oshkosh cab, and is now part of the Highpoint fleet in Union City, NJ. This FWD snow removal truck was owned by Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport, in New York.
Kramer's Towing Service in Hamburg, PA owns this 1963 Autocar 8x4 with a Holmes 859 boom. George Logan Towing, in North Brunswick, NJ has this Peterbilt all wheel drive 70 ton wrecker, call, "The Iron Emperor". Lovey's Towing and Recovery in Shrewsbury, MA operates this 1973 Oshkosh/Holmes 750. It was a former snow removal truck from New York State.
Mackey Towing in Hightstown, NJ has several wreckers in service including a 1960 Oshkosh/Silent Hoist Q40 and a nice 6x6 Autocar. This is a Mack R Model with a 110 foot Ladder Towers Inc. boom in Ephrata, PA. This International moving van is owned by Frank Malatesta of Paterson, NJ.
One of the big prime movers operated by Marino Crane Service in Middletown, CT is this 1964 ex-Gerosa Autocar model AP-19. This is a shot taken in South Windsor, CT as Marino Crane was ready to move a load from a nearby railroad siding. Mark's Garage in Granby, MA has this big International/Weld-Built wrecker. The wrecker body is a former Barrieau Moving Company tractor.
This is an International R-230 wrecker that was used by Manchester Sand and Gravel. It is now owned by Dennis Slater of Broad Brook, CT. Nicholas Brothers Building Movers 6x6 Mack was photographed at a job in Middletown, CT in January 2008. This is one of many Mack trucks in the O and G fleet at a job in New Haven, CT.
This is a hi-rail crane operated by the Providence and Worchester Railroad. Another fine example of an Autocar twin steer 8x4 owned by Penndel Body Works. It has a Holmes 650 wrecker set up with Wreckmaster booms. Pfahl's mack and Antique Truck Restorations in Bethlehem, CT used this long wheelbase 1955 mack B-61 with a couple of different trailers for transporting their finished products to customers.
This nicely down Mack L Model is shown just as Matt Phahl loaded it onto the trailer at Gerhart's in Lititz, PA in October 2008 for the return trip to Connecticut. This 1960 Diamond T started out as a tractor operated by Hallamore Motor Trans. It was later run by Congdon's Garage in Salem, CT, who added a 40 ton Weld-Built wrecker. It is now owned by Plunske's Garage in Wallingford, CT, and has recently re-done in the Plunske color scheme. This 1960 Oshkosh/Silent Hoise Q40 crash crane was altered in 1960 with a Mack DMM600 cab by George Logan Towing in New Jersey. It was purchased in 2004 by Plunske's Garage and after some work and a new paint job, it joined the large, well cared for fleet of wreckers operated by Jim and Dan Plunske.
This privately owned Mack B-813SX is a recent restoration job by Pfahl's in Bethlehem, CT, ans is shown at Gerhart's in October 2007. P.W. Archeire of Danbury, CT owns this nicely restored Mack B-61. In 1966 Oshkosh Truck Corporation built twenty-two D3466 model concrete mixer chassis. Six of these trucks went to Genessee Cement in Michigan. Rick's Towing and Recovery in Vermont now used one of these trucks for the heavy jobs with a 70 ton Pettibone set up.
This is a nice old Mack L Model owned by Rosciti Construction, of Johnston, RI. Summit Crane Service in Plymouth, CT once used this crane mounted on a Kenworth twin steer chassis. This 1952 Mack LJX is owned by S. Terasconi and Sons of Framingham, MA.
Trans American Trucking Service is a heavy haul firm based in South Plainfield, NJ. This shot of one of their long distance hauls was taken on I-78 westbound near Easton, PA in October 2007. This is a late model Freightliner FL80 all wheel driver rack body truck pulling a high speed US Navy patrol boat. This 1939 Mack FK heavy duty tractor was owned by Wellington Service of Somerville, MA.
West Hill Automotive in Newington, CT operates this big International Paystar 5000 wrecker, which was formerly owned by Roberts Towing in the Albany, NY area.

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