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Robert Shepard 03-11-2019 11:35 AM

1974 Superior Hightop Ambulance
 
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Kurt Arends 03-11-2019 12:39 PM

Would be curious to know how many times this seller has been told that this ambulance is not a '74(unless the complete front clip was changed) ! This one has been for sale for a long time and he is going to have a tough time selling it in this condition.

Gus Boucher 03-11-2019 01:34 PM

Looks like the bumper is 74 [egg crate lower grill]. You could be correct about the front clip sheet metal being 75 or 76. 71 to 76 could be fit on to a 71 to 76 cowl & frame. I made several inter-changes over the years. Only the vin. will tell for sure.

Kurt Arends 03-11-2019 01:55 PM

Fenders and hood are definitely '75/'76. Sounds like even the engine(475c.i.(??) is dis-assembled. The seller will be lucky to get $2000, in its present condition.

Gus Boucher 03-11-2019 02:06 PM

I could not agree more about your call on the fenders. 74 fenders had a body line over the cornering light that extended the full fender and went across the hood. 75 - 76 were rounded.
When you take a close look 74 -75 - 76 all had just slightly different grills.

Kurt Arends 03-11-2019 06:46 PM

Unfortunately, this rig would have been worth much more had they never touched it. Now, it's basically a parts car.

Steve Lichtman 03-23-2019 10:05 PM

That's as far as he got when the beer ran out... :(

Harry Evans 05-11-2019 03:32 PM

Is it real?
 
I saw someone hinting on another site that this was made form a combination coach with the roof added as a type of home-built ambulance. Anyone know the complete story or where (if anywhere) this one served?

John ED Renstrom 05-11-2019 09:32 PM

it could be easy enough to do it you have the car. there is no corner pillar glass in that body

Steve Loftin 05-13-2019 11:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Harry Evans (Post 841931795)
I saw someone hinting on another site that this was made form a combination coach with the roof added as a type of home-built ambulance. Anyone know the complete story or where (if anywhere) this one served?

Please post a link.


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