1940 Mack 2 Ton COE Flatbed Dump Truck
310 cid, I-6, 96 bhp

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  • Delivered to Transportation Commission in Seattle, WA on Jan. 31, 1940
  • Mack pioneered the use of air cleaners and oil filters on trucks, beginning in 1918
  • Cab-over-engine (COE) design reduces overall vehicle length
  • This 1940 Mack 2 Ton Cab over dump bed truck was originally a Puget Power truck with a cherry picker and an open roof. It was in terrible shape when Gary Klokstad bought it and had Bob Brown restore it.
  • The Klokstad family later donated it to the LeMay family.
  • Price new: $2,320