- Built model measures 10.5 inches long
- Over 125 parts
- Highly detialed kit
- Molded in yellow, black and clear with rubber tires
- This was the first one Monogram made back in the 1970's
- Designed by Tom Daniel and Bob Johnson
- Original Box art and decal sheet
In 1915, the massive Mack AC "Bulldog" ushered in a new era in the annals of American trucking, and the graceful sloping hood and growl of a brutish four-cylinder engine came to represent the standard of reliability of a new breed of commercial "workhorse". The sturdy construction of the Mack fostered the expression "built like a Mack", and by the 1920's these rugged machines could be seen laboring in an endless variety of arduous tasks. Whether transporting or hauling giant logs in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, the rugged Mack mastered each new challenge with ease. Your 1926 Mack AC Bulldog is a highly detailed replica. You will create a museum quality replica of the 4 cylinder power plant that enabled this truck to transport the newly-cut logs to nearby mills. Your model is fitted with tires similar to the solid rubber tires that were on the original trucks. When you have completed your Mack Logger, you will have a detailed model of a famous trucking pioneer.