Take a look at our customized 56 B Model Mack. Each page has some great photos of the Mack. If you are wondering what it looked like before be sure to view the Build page for some amazing before pictures. The More Mack page has some pretty neat photos too. It took 10 years for the Mack to be completed from start to finish. Our truck has been shown all over California, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon and Washington State. The Mack is no trailer queen either. We have used it to haul grapes to the winery during harvest season.
Nearly all of the work done on the Mack was done by Gene Wagner of Kustom K-Fab. You can check out his website here. Everything was done by hand. All of the body work was hand-formed from aluminum and stainless steel. The body doesn't have any fiberglass panels or fenders on it. It took nearly 10 years of hard work by everyone involved to complete this truck.
Hard to list everyone who worked on the Mack but check back here often as I intend to keep hammering away at my husband for a list of shops and or people that took part in this amazing transformation. What was to some, a piece of junk, became a work of art to all.
Cherokee Truck Parts
All of the chrome or led lights, panels, switches etc came from crazy Bob at Cherokee Truck Parts in Stockton, CA. Bob's shop has every custom item for that big rig or smaller. You want it, he can get it for you. Check out his website www.cherokeetruckparts.com
There you will find information about the annual Cherokee Truck Parts "Cool" Truck Show. Trucks from all over the us and some friends from abroad attend this show. They have music and food and some pretty cool trucks at his show. Bob is also a long time friend of ours so we want to thank you Bob for all your help on the Mack. Couldn't have done it without you. The Mack attends every show so be sure to check for dates so you can stop by and see the Mack in person.
The Mack Articles
The Mack was featured on the Cover of Street Rodder along with Symphony in Blue, another custom car we had built. That was the first time in Street Rodder history that a "Truck" ever made the cover.
The Mack is also used in Arc Audio's brochures. The Mack was also featured in Car Audio Magazine for its awesome music system.
Arc Audio did the stereo system in the Mack and are located in Modesto, CA. Click here to visit their website.
The Mack is featured in Fernfahrer SuperTrucks 2011 Special from Germany. He had seen the Mack at a show when he was here in the US and was very excited to be able to put it in the magazine.