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Old 10-17-2020, 01:47 PM
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I realized after I made my last post that I was getting a little off topic. Sorry about that. If I can do this correctly, I'll post pictures of the normal wheelbase coroner's wagon. I know that is not the same thing as the station wagon ambulance that this post started with.
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Clones should have no place in the PCS. The PCS is about preservation and restoration, not manipulation and "sex changes".

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Along those lines, a mid-90s Buick Roadmaster wagon would make a good start. And would be mechanically sound.
Do they have 1/3-2/3 split second seats?
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The white one I, am keeping , purchased from the original owner . I would sell the brown one.
I like it and I would like to know more.
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I realized after I made my last post that I was getting a little off topic. Sorry about that. If I can do this correctly, I'll post pictures of the normal wheelbase coroner's wagon. I know that is not the same thing as the station wagon ambulance that this post started with.
Any ida who did the conversion?
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I have no idea, but I was wondering if this group would know. Those are the only pictures I have of it. The owner said it came from Maryland.
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