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    Found a 1995 Marmon with 102" sleeper for sale

    It's at the truck mart on I-81S near the MD/PA state line. Cat 3406B, newly rebuilt super-10 and new clutch. 1.9m on the truck, 900k on the engine, one owner. They're asking $8K. Wish I was in a position to snag that one.


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    why? just curious. gonna need tranny, motor, rear ends....ect, ect, ect

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    Yes, the rears and engine will need to be overhauled, transmission and clutch have less than 100 miles on overhaul, and the interior needs a little help, to say the least.

    Rather than spend $40-50k on something new-ish that may or may not have hidden problems, picking this up and getting the work done would cost about the same. Knowing that everything has a fresh rebuild for about the same cash would be a good thing in my opinion. And it's unique looking. Fuel economy would be the question though, not sure what those Cats are capable of.

    Oh well, just dreaming.

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    you can get good milage out of the B modle cats if you run it like a normal person

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    Antrim Diesel in greencastle just down the road from them could give you about 800 or more horsepower out of that engine pretty easy

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    with you only driving a year or less most likely you would melt an engine with that kind of power in about first 50 miles,but you could have fun while it lasted

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    would love to get some info on this truck, is it green by any chance?

    was it forward axle or set back axle?

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    I had a stock 3406B jacket water aftercooled engine in a 1987 ford LTL9000 400 horse and that thing would spin the drive tires when running in the rain on those two mountains between Hagerstown and Frederick If I let the RPM drop down to 1200it would actually out pull some of the 4 and a quarter engines

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    Spacetrucker88, Now that sounds like another one of those trucker tales! lol

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    Went to Truck Paper and Truck Mart's websites and couldn't find the truck.

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