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Mack B-77

Mack B-77 in Maximum Overdrive, Movie, 1986 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: US

Mack B-77

Position 00:33:02 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2006-02-11 23:03

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Second truck from the left

firebird86 US

2006-02-12 00:23

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Late 50's early 60's Mack, looks like a B61 thermodyne conventional tractor http://www.busandtruckmuseum.org.au/exhibs/061.htm could also possibly be a Maxidyn depending on how its spec'ed out

-- Last edit: 2006-02-12 00:28:59

antp BE

2006-02-12 00:25

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It looks different from the other B-61 of the movie :??: (or mayne there are different B-61 models?)

-- Last edit: 2006-02-12 00:25:48

dwd4x4

2006-03-02 22:29

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What year. Beacuse this truck looks alot different from the red Mack B-61 chasing the Malibu?

Mackinac359 US

2006-03-10 02:23

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It's a B81. B61's had the smaller-newer cab, B81's had the LJ series older cab.

truckface NO

2006-03-22 14:00

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U sure? It looks more like a B70 series.

explorer4x4

2006-03-23 18:58

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I don't remember this truck except for this scene? Does it even move?

antp BE

2006-03-23 20:12

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I think it is only seen in the background of this scene.

truckface NO

2006-03-23 20:21

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This does actually drives along with the others in some scenes, but later on it vanishes (Maybe out of fuel and doesn`t want to be in the way for the others that still runs).

-- Last edit: 2006-03-26 08:41:58

explorer4x4

2006-05-03 09:25

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Well, it might seem like it should be one star as it is a backround vehicle, but it is seen through-out the entire movie up till the point when Bill and Curt try to rescue the Bible Salesman.

antp BE

2006-05-03 10:47

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I do not remember that it is seen so much, only in far background

-- Last edit: 2006-05-03 10:47:45

explorer4x4

2006-05-03 23:33

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I counted at least ten times. Although, it should stay one star as it never realy does much except drive around in circles in the backround.

antp BE

2006-05-03 23:36

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We are still talking about the second one, not the first white Mack?

firebird86 US

2006-05-04 02:36

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yes the conventional, not the cabover

truckface NO

2006-05-17 11:52

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My mistake. It`s a B-77. Im almost 90 percent sure. :hello:

trucker US

2006-06-08 03:55

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Wait there's a white Mack conventional?

truckface NO

2006-06-08 11:48

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trucker wrote Wait there's a white Mack conventional?

Yes it`s in the picture right beside the Mack B-77.

trucker US

2006-06-10 00:36

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I believe that Mack was also in the scene when the trucks begin to startup and go.

Explorer4X4

2006-06-10 01:30

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Yes, it actually starts and drives around the Dixie Boy with the rest, BUT in a shot of one other truck circling the truck stop it is seen parked here in the same spot.

trucker US

2006-06-12 04:38

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I have a question. Do all the trucks in the truckstop startup all together after the Western Star or later?

explorer4x4

2006-06-12 06:00

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First, the Western Star tries to get the Bible salesman. Then, the Autocar kills Deke's dad and the Western Star kills the Bible salesman and after the Western Star parks, all of them start up. First the Mack B-series, White flatbed, Autocar and Mack Cruisliner, then the Western Star 4800 and then the rest of em'.

Trucknut AU

2006-11-06 12:12

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actually this is the Autocar A64 B at the start of the maximum overdrive home page

antp BE

2006-11-06 13:14

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read what I said above, this page is for the Second truck from the left

Rhino

2007-02-04 19:49

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antp i know it's supose to be the 1959 B-77 Mack but that Transter star you see is that 1969

antp BE

2007-02-04 19:54

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and what?

Rhino

2007-02-04 19:58

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it isn't a B-77 Mack it a 1969 International Transtar 4770B COE

antp BE

2007-02-04 20:04

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This page is for the second truck on the left, as I said several times :o

[Image: image4gn2.5236.jpg]

I know that on the far right it is a Transtar. It is mentionned there with the other Transtar: /vehicle_11450-International-Harvester-Transtar-II-1974.html

-- Last edit: 2007-02-04 20:07:58

wrenchhead US

2007-02-04 20:22

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:lol: that pic should get the discussion where it belongs.

Explorer4x4

2007-02-04 21:06

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:lol: lol, nice picture antp. Couldn't be more obvious.

Randomness, but just thought, I see a comment by my first account. I forgot all about it..

-- Last edit: 2007-02-04 21:08:40

Rhino

2007-02-04 23:38

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i wonder if antp can post another without the x's and arrow's so that way we can talk about that 1969 Transtar

Rhino

2007-02-04 23:45

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antp don't put an X on the bloody AutoCar that's the coolest truck in the picture

antp BE

2007-02-04 23:48

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Rhino wrote i wonder if antp can post another without the x's and arrow's so that way we can talk about that 1969 Transtar

That's just the same picture as the main one, I just added the crosses and arrow to explain for which one was this page... but it seems that even this thing was too hard to understand [:kiki]

Explorer4x4

2007-02-04 23:49

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But this topic is not about the Autocar, or the Transtar. As they have their own pages. :p

Explorer4x4

2007-02-04 23:50

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antp wrote
That's just the same picture as the main one, I just added the crosses and arrow to explain for which one was this page... but it seems that even this thing was too hard to understand [:kiki]


lol, and I thought there was absolutely no way to make it more clear then with that picture.

tonkaTRACKER US

2007-02-04 23:52

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Rhino wrote i wonder if antp can post another without the x's and arrow's so that way we can talk about that 1969 Transtar



Some people are just .....Dense

Rhino

2007-02-07 00:20

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i'm not Dense..............And to say that this truck is a 1959 Mack B77

Rhino

2007-02-07 00:26

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but serously if antp can send me that pic please

Rhino

2007-02-07 00:28

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Can you post that pic antp and i'll list cause we can make another link of that 1969 Transtar

ahight US

2007-02-07 00:44

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ya know the photo without the "x's" is the one at the top right...

midpuzzle CA

2009-01-24 04:30

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this is a backround vehicle but its very hard to spot. I guess since it seems to have not bee nused for a while it was low on gas and maybe starved or it left the dixie boy in a attempt to find a better gas source?

Eli US

2009-03-26 03:18

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Its not the one with the blood splattered on it, its the one to the left of it.

351pete US

2009-09-09 00:29

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There is no such truck as a Mack B-81. The truck second from the left in incorrectly labeled. this is a B-75. The B-77 Had a different Radiator shell. It is not a 60 Series of any type due to cab shape. The 60 series cabs had an angle at the front of the cab. also the windows were smaller. the Red truck a the front is not a mack. it is an auto car... so who ever said 50's or 60's model mack... sorry you're incorrect.

4x4 23

2009-09-28 00:51

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This truck was a 1959 Mack B-77 amd it does drive around with the other than Vanishes, I do know the truck did return for the dixie boy blow up scene where it was hooked up the trash trailer the autocar hauled, the autocar that blew up had a timb bomb inder that contained a chemical, I exlpained it under the Autocar's page if you want to go see my info, this truck was one of the trucks that blew up with the dixie boy truck stop

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