This was shot in York, PA in 1986. The Mack B Series looks to be well older than any of the junk cars it’s hauling off to the crusher. Can you identify them?
At top, 1968 Chevy Impala. 1967 Impala just behind the ’68. Possibly a 1964 Chevy behind the 1967. 1964 Mercury Comet under the 1964 Chevy. Just below the green Impala, 1973 Pontiac LeMans.
The other ones no idea
It looks like a 67 Chevy behind the 68 and the front of a 64 Mercury Comet can be seen at the back of the trailer.
The saying was that the Model B almost put Mack out of business simply because they lasted and lasted. Nice photo, thanks.
Rearmost on the bottom tier, facing the rear, appears to be the rear corner of a ’72 or newer Dodge pickup with a two tone paint job and the wheelwell-encircling chrome trim, and possibly the very end of the chrome step bumper showing there, too. Talk about a wild guess………
I was going to call that one a 1975-76 Plymouth Fury. Who knows.
That truck driver better have some good boots on, that’s a hefty puddle to traverse.
I think the one on the bottom of the second stack is now my elderly refrigerator.
Is that an AMC door handle on the car at the bottom of the front pile?
Looks like it to me.
The door shape makes me think Pacer.
I think the car at the bottom is a Volare Roadrunner. Note the door has that slight upsweep towards the B pillar and the lower body graphics
The top front one is a ´68 Impala, sedan, might be a pillarless one. The bottom one is a Pontiac Ventura, 75 to 79.
In the early 1960’s I loved discerning which crushed car was which when seeing rigs like this, lots of fabulous fifties and some 1940’s cars, always .
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