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Old 08-07-2017, 07:56 AM
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Default '64 Caddy Ambulance chases '64 Olds Ambulance

I don't remember anyone ever mentioning this film before. It must have been made, when these cars were plentiful and inexpensive. Don't know of any ambulance collector that would sanction their car being abused like these two are.

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Will at least the fender on the old did not heal it's self during the chase
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I think it's the movie called (busting.)
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How funny. I thought I saw the EMERGENCY orange suburban ambulance in a scene at the beginning plus the patient is the owner of the F&B ambulance company in Mother, Jugs, and Speed. And headlights are broken out after the first crash but re-appear moments later.
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It must have been made, when these cars were plentiful and inexpensive.
Paul, isn't it in the eye of the beholder. To me, like abusing two vintage Cord's or Rolls Royce. Would love to have that C/B Olds before they beat it up.
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Will at least the fender on the old did not heal it's self during the chase
The fender didn't heal itself but the headlight kept coming back.

Magical headlights were in use back then.
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