View Full Version : Rhinecliff Pinner-Chrysler photo and 1961 Eureka literature

Nicholas Studer
11-21-2016, 09:49 PM
Looking for the below factory photo from Pinner Coach. I have the other two - the interior shot and facing the rear - but not from the front. One was sold on eBay a few years back, and another one in 2015 per Worthpoint. I'd like to make a high-quality scan like I have for the other two, then frame it with the other two. :)

Also looking for any roughly 1961 Eureka literature. Would like to get the ambulance flyer from that year at least. For some reason, 1964 is the only year that I've seen turn up on eBay in the last 12 months.

Nicholas Studer
01-28-2017, 12:23 AM
Many thanks to Steve Loftin - who had a high-quality (possibly Factory/Distributor?) copy of the third Rhinecliff ambulance factory picture and was willing to loan it. It's not an actual photo (just heavy paper) - but it looks nice completing the framed set on the wall for now. If someone turns up the photo sold in 2015 or another one - please keep me in mind so Steve can re-add his image to his physical collection.

Still looking for 1961 Eureka literature. What I would do for a good look at the Irving Berkemeyer ambulance sales kit sold on eBay in 2014... http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/1961-eureka-ambulance-brochure-press-520448962 Unfortunately the Worthpoint archive images are quite unreadable...

John ED Renstrom
01-28-2017, 12:11 PM
You got to love that artist rendition in all the fliers. They are alwise drawer long, low and wide.
Have you tried any of the sales sources.. I think I still have Bob's address in Denver.

Kurt Arends
01-28-2017, 12:30 PM
Eureka always did have some of the best art work in their sales brochures.

Ken Novak in Oceanside, CA has a huge collection of professional cars sales materials with many duplicates.

Nicholas Studer
04-11-2017, 08:02 PM
Reached out to Mr. Novak and have yet to hear back.

Still looking! Somebody ambulance-inclined had to have purchased that packet! :)

Nicholas Studer
12-29-2018, 08:42 PM
Bump. Still looking for that Eureka packet - even just a scan. Thanks!