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  1. In addition to my previous reply; I meant the 'Original' picture. As some Mack trucks were offered in the ads in 1920; there should have been at least some AC models in civil use. Does anyone have a picture?
  2. Hi Richard, thank you for the scan! If anyone has a flat picture of the truck, that would be very welcome! Regards, Gerlof
  3. Hi Richard, thank you very much for your advertisements! The numbers are indeed few, but when you keep in mind that the British army only had 150 Macks, it's not too bad! But I noticed as well that a Mack with an US type body was offered. Could that be a Mack of the US army? Is it possible for you to post the part of the 1974 article with the Mack illustration? I'm really curious if the truck was a former British Mack or a former US army Mack. Regards, Gerlof
  4. Hi Enigma, thanks for the advice. I posted it in another category. Regards, Gerlof
  5. Hi Pitt24423, thank you for this advertisement as it gives a good impression for what I'm looking for regarding the surplus Macks! Let's hope the commercial motor has more of these treasures. I already checked their archive, but without success. Regards, Gerlof
  6. Hi Steve, thank you very much for your reaction. I will await the reactions on this forum, but can always try at the Great War forum. Regards, Gerlof
  7. Hello everyone, My name is Gerlof Buurman from the Netherlands. At the moment I'm doing research about the history of Mack trucks in Europe. For that I'm looking for information about the 150 Mack trucks AC (Bull Dog) that were in service of the British army during WWI. And I'm also looking for information about the civilian use of these trucks after WWI ,when the trucks were surplus. Does anyone have advertisements of these trucks in newspapers, or have pictures of the postwar Macks? Any information is welcome! Best regards, Gerlof
  8. Hello everyone, My name is Gerlof Buurman from the Netherlands. At the moment I'm doing research about the history of Mack trucks in Europe. For that I'm looking for information about the 150 Mack trucks AC (Bull Dog) that were in service of the British army during WWI. And I'm also looking for information about the civilian use of these trucks after WWI ,when the trucks were surplus. Does anyone have advertisements of these trucks in newspapers, or have pictures of the postwar Macks? Any information is welcome! Best regards, Gerlof
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