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Below is a sampling of the many trucks on display in our Trucking Hall of Fame® Exhibit Hall. Check out our app for more information, photos, and an audio recording for each truck.  Click here to download.

1912 Mack Jr.

Engine Type:
Mack 4-Cylinder Gasoline

Transmission Type:
4-Speed: 3 Forward Speeds & 1 Reverse

Truck Information:
Mack Brothers Motor Car Company built 1,361 Mack Junior models from 1905 to 1916. This 1912 Mack Junior is reported to be one of only three left in existence! It was made back when all five Mack brothers – John, Gus, William, Joseph Mark, and Charles – were involved in the business. Around the same time, the company was sold to the International Motor Truck Company, a holding company that also owned the Saurer Motor Truck Company. The original nameplate on the trucks made by the Mack brothers was Manhattan. In 1910 however, the Manhattan name was dropped and since then, the trucks have carried the Mack nameplate. This truck was made in the Mack factory in Allentown, Pennsylvania and features a four-speed transmission: three forward speeds and one reverse, with a chain drive jackshaft. Top Speed: 18 MPH *This truck is currently on display in the Iowa 80 Headquarters building.

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