Mack Trucks museum turns 30

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The Mack Trucks Historical Museum turned 30 on Nov. 9.

The museum, based in Allentown, Pa., celebrates 114 years of Mack history.

“Through its many exhibits and displays, the Mack Museum brings to life the rich history of Mack Trucks,” said Stephen Roy, president of Mack Trucks North American Sales and Marketing. “From Mack’s beginning in Brooklyn to our current truck models, the museum chronicles how Mack became the American truck you can count on.”

Nearly 6,000 people from around the world visit the museum each year, including from Australia and the Netherlands.

“We also receive thousands of requests about specific vehicles,” said Don Schumaker, curator of the Mack Trucks Historical Museum. “If you have a vehicle identification number, chances are pretty good that we have information in our archives.”

You can find out more about the Mack museum at

The Mack Trucks Historical Museum celebrated its 30th anniversary in November.
The Mack Trucks Historical Museum celebrated its 30th anniversary in November.
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