During the introduction of the new Mack Anthem, members of the press had the opportunity to tour the Mack Visitor’s Center and Mack Museum in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
There were some very interesting Macks on display, a testament to Mack’s rich transportation history.
This 1933 AB stake body is the very first Mack to sport the iconic Bulldog. In those days it was a radiator cap.
In World War I, the Brits nicknamed the dependable Mack 1927 Model AC, “The Bulldog”, a name that has endured through the ages. It was a 4 cylinder gas chain drive.
The oldest Mack bus in existence, Chassis #9.