Gold plating denotes a truck made with a Mack-produced drivetrain, engine, transmission and drive-axles. Chrome means components from another manufacturer are on board. It is part of the Mack Black Anthem limited edition revealed October 28 at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta. “The most badass truck on the road just got even badder,” said John Walsh, Mack vice president of marketing. “This focuses on one of our corporate colors and it is a way to reward a fleet’s best drivers.” Mack promoted the truck as what it meant to be “Back in the Black,” a nod to a trucker’s goal of making money. The slogan comes close but doesn’t intrude on rock band AC/DC’s signature anthem “Back in Black.” Designers started with a 70” stand-up sleeper model painted Mack Black and added a black exterior trim package. A bold black Mack wordmark spreads across the grille. Cab steps and deck plates are powder-coated in black. Flat black trim stripes are added to the air intakes on each side of the hood.  Mack did not stop there. Black mud flap brackets, black aluminum fuel tanks, Alcoa Durablack aluminum wheels and a limited edition Anthem doorplate are also part of the package.   The ...