I thought that some of the older gentleman on the forum would get a kick out of this. It belongs to my father and was given to him by the wife of the man that he worked for for almost 30 years after he passed away two summers ago. It is a 1926 "Mack" Model B i say Mack with quotes because in 1926 there were still the New York Motor Company and had not changed names yet. The truck as you can probably guess is rare but not as rare as the trailer which is only in one of the pictures it is a 1917 made by trialmobile they only made commercial trailers for the first quarter of that year because america got involved in WW1 the last time that anyone talked to trialmobile they believed that is was the last trailer from that year that still existed. The best part about that truck is that it is fully restored and runs like you would not believe you literally have to crank it just a couple of times and it will fire up. It has now become exclusively a parade truck.