Freedom to highlight America’s landmarks

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LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. — Thanks to the introduction of a new lineup of demonstrator vehicles, authorized Mack dealers now have an opportunity to showcase memorable, patriotic sights of the U.S.

According to Hal Dickson, director of medium-duty sales, the Freedom vehicles are being made available to dealers and combined with a Morgan Van body and a removable Truck Skin graphics package that depicts nationally known U.S. scenes, such as the Statue of Liberty, Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Rushmore and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

The body includes a mounting track that permits easy removal and replacement of graphics in 24- and 26-ft. lengths.

Dickson adds the Freedom trucks and the Morgan bodies both include popular specs to meet a variety of customer needs. These include Allison 2000 series transmissions, Mack E3 210-horsepower electronic engines, and Class 6 dock heights that typically require no CDL in most states and provinces.

“Our new Freedom cabover trucks offers best-of-class comfort and visibility and a chassis that provides a superior turning radius,” says. “But the only way to truly comprehend these features and more is to test drive the Freedom, and experience firsthand what these trucks have to offer.”

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