Hello... look's like I'm back in the 10 Ton hobby. Back in January while surfing around on ebay I came across an M125 10 ton and as I was looking at the picture's I realized it had the Cummins V8 300 in it and I immediately recalled an article that was written by David Doyle back in 2006 in Army Motors magazine vol#117 titled The Mighty Mack. In the article David tell's about one of the M125's that was converted to the Cummins V8 300 by the army in the early 60's...this is the information David had at the time, but after talking with David a couple of day's ago and the Mack Museum today this truck was actually built by Mack at the Allendale plant delivery date 2\12\58...I am awaiting conformation from the Mack museum on this being that truck with the vin\frame# M125-1419 and the Army registration\hood# 5B1345 The truck was owned by a huge power line company out of Texas, I spoke with there fleet manager he told me they purchased the truck back when it was first released from the army and have owned ever since but has not been used for at least the past 10 or 12 yrs he said and is why they auctioned it off. It does run and drive but does need plenty of TLC!! Very Cool if you ask me..... I will post some pic's soon, I just got a new desk top and have not downloaded any picture's as of yet.