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CCC mixer

Postby Enckway » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:32 am

I stumbled on a ccc mixer,1969,one owner 230 cummins ,64k original miles.Asking $3500 but i think will take less. I can email pics.
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Emery Johnston » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:24 am

Uh-Oh!!! Here comes Glen!
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Emery Johnston » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:29 am

Why is this in Non-Brockway items??
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby stubnosebrock » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:17 am

Emery Johnston wrote:Why is this in Non-Brockway items??


Because its not a Brockway...
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Emery Johnston » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:36 am

Duhhhhh !! :D
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Enckway » Sat Jul 23, 2011 5:42 am

Emery,
When i was told it was a ccc i didn't know what the hell it was either.Stands for crane carrier corp. Frame is unbelievable,Big heavy I-beams.I think you would be a good candidate being this thing would probably have to be driven due to it's height and the adventure that might ensue.
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Emery Johnston » Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:13 am

Yeah! Know all about high center of gravity problems. Had a friend drove a mixer and I saw him laid over on his side one day on a secondary road. He's gotten his rear tires off the pavement (low shoulder) at about 45MPH and that's all she wrote. He's lookin for a job. Luckily they got it righted and back to the yard where they managed to dump the load and salvage the mixer. CG is a big factor in flying as well but we're a little bit better versed in it than most truckers
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Pokey493 » Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:05 am

I drove a CCC mixer back in 1984 for Manchester Sand & Gravel (Manchester, Ct.) with a 10 yard Challenge mixer on it. It was the roughest riding truck I've ever driven in 38 years of driving for a living. But with all wheel drive it went almost anywhere. Pokey
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby anthony masone sr » Sat Jul 23, 2011 12:03 pm

I drove a CCC back in the 80s to!! I had a 16 yard smith mixer and 318 Detroit and a 13 speed Road Ranger all wheel drive.
Also the company I worked for had a full cab CCC
With planetary undercarriage and a 20 yard mixer on it I drove it a few times and I did not like it.
It was a monster it would go anywhere after a few years they outlawed them on Long Island for being too heavy they tour up the roads.
:lol: They were the good old days
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Ernie Delli Santi » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:36 pm

Tony,
I drove a CCC wiyh a 15yd Challange Cook HI Boy for one day out of Colonial S&S w30th street yard back in'73' that had a 6-71 with a turbo (262hp) 13 speed!! the best was when we had to drive the 15yd (1959) Autocar's with the Rex Horz. we dad to shake them down before we top loaded the cement an then put your hatch covers on, they only had HRF-6 195 CUMMINS engines in them!! I think 3rd direct was about the best you could do!! I worked out of the Colonial Newark NJ plant, but we were always over in NYC an the Bronx 151st street helping those guys out!! I remember customers like Dick & Underhill & Anthony Grace pouring thousands of yds a day of concrete!! boy those were the days an I sure did have a good time back then!! thanks for the memories Tony It was like a shot of B12 LOL
Ernie D (BULLHUSK) PS an thanks again for the talk on the phone the other day
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby Enckway » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:42 pm

Tony,
I thought maybe you had seen this truck before. It is 5 min. of LIE exit 20? junction blvd.in queens Sounds like right up your alley or Ernie!I will resize and post other pics of it.It is a smith 12yd.

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Re: CCC mixer

Postby anthony masone sr » Sat Jul 23, 2011 2:35 pm

The planetary CCC had this type of cab on it.
The only difference how CCC was a 10 wheeler.
:roll: picture that wit a 20 yard cement mixer on it. :idea:
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby V8Brockway361TL » Sat Jul 23, 2011 6:59 pm

If that truck was from the New York area it could be a old Certified truck they use to have polka dots on their drums. Frank
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Re: CCC mixer

Postby truck1536 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:39 pm

I am really intrigued by this truck. I would love to know where it is off Junction Blvd. I live on Long Island and am always willing to take a ride to track an old mixer down. Do you have anymore pictures? I don't think it is an old Certified truck. They had white barrels with polka-dots.

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