Mack Model "B was first produced in 1949 and remained in production until
1965 when it was replaced by the Mack Model "R". The Model "R"
was in continuous production until 2003. Both series of trucks enjoyed along service
life with many of the "R" models still in continuous service. Even today,
a Model "B" can occasionally be seen in operation. During their lifetimes,
both types were used for any number of tasks. These ranged from two and three
axle tractors to tow trucks, to construction trucks. A Mack Model "B"
or Model "R" could handle any job that required a heavy duty truck.
Athearn's latest "N" Scale vehicles are exact miniatures of the Mack
"B" and "R" family of trucks. They will be available equipped
for tow truck, dump truck, mixer and over-the-road tractor service. Each variant
is modeled from documented Mack trucks and captures the distinctive qualities
of each prototype.
Mack licensed models Clear molded windows Factory assembled
with all detail parts applied Razor sharp printing and painting