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    Einstiedels big V-8 Valueliner seen here at Pakenham in 1993

    pappa11, DangsPix, ESPEDGE, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Outlaw 13 56 months ago | reply

      Very nice ! Great looking ol' gal !

    2. pappa11 56 months ago | reply

      bloody hell this truck sounded good love the E on the air cleaner i wish the superliner had that macknificent photo of this legend craig

    3. secret squirrel6 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks Don yeah mate one of my favorites of all time this one gotta love those tanks too this truck hauled livestock Don=Thanks Pappa yeah a real thumper i can still hear it in my head a big heart working like a well oiled machine was this classic got a photo of it with the Flat top on too after they sold it same colours thanks god=Thanks Don and Pappa

    4. MT TRUCKSHOTS 56 months ago | reply

      yep thats the one, man that was a bloody awesome truck

    5. secret squirrel6 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks Matt yeah hoping you would see this one yeah what a beast god she sounded tuff even deeper than the Superliner but thats only my my opinion this is when Bulldogs were MACK TRUCKS Thanks Matt

    6. ESPEDGE 56 months ago | reply

      Thats how you make a V8 Valueliner look great, done up just right, looks awsome, top shot Craig.

    7. secret squirrel6 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks Gary yeah she was a beauty alright i didnt see to many of these down my way so when this big girl came to town it was a great day indeed thanks Gary

    8. Gloria1207 56 months ago | reply

      Wow this is a great looking truck another great picture

    9. secret squirrel6 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks Gloria yeah and this one sounded real nice too great colours awesome rig thanks Gloria

    10. ELCAMIONOLOGO New SuperDiesel 14 months ago | reply

      Are perfect the V8 of Mack Valueliner Craig. I lovin it.

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