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Old 07-13-2017, 09:57 PM
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Default This is an interesting one - 1973 Olds Hightop

So for 12.5 you can own this awesome high top Ambulance for only 12.5k

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/cto/6165645104.html


Original Olds 455 rocket big block professional series with 44,000 original miles. Runs perfect, all original inside, power, heat, gurney mounts. Mounted on 1977 Chevy 3+3;4 door long bed 4x4 with heavy duty Dana 60 axels, custom flames and build.
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Old 07-14-2017, 12:32 AM
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Vary sad to see. Some owners just do not get the importance of what they have and later what they did to a coach. Just sad I say.
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Old 07-14-2017, 12:50 AM
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Will if discription Is accurate it has a nice done body to put on your chassis. Those flames will make a good base for other paint. The nice part about this set is the body will fit 71 to the 75 by swapping the nose and taillights.
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Old 07-14-2017, 08:57 AM
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$1500 parts car. Someone wasted a whole lot of time & money on that thing!

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Don't know that I've ever seen someone mount a cot bar on the passenger side. I guess I could see why, if you can get two stretchers in side by side with no need for an attendant, just never seen it before. Then again, it could be part of the "custom build." Something you ambulance folks seen before or done in your old service?
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I believe that Bill Marcy's '68 Superior Pontiac has a cot bar on both sides. I guess, that way, you are prepared for anything.
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Ugh. All I can say.

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Don't know that I've ever seen someone mount a cot bar on the passenger side. I guess I could see why, if you can get two stretchers in side by side with no need for an attendant, just never seen it before. Then again, it could be part of the "custom build." Something you ambulance folks seen before or done in your old service?
I knew of a shady ambulance service here in MD that used exclusively 70s S&S ambulances (in the 80s). They had two cots, and would frequently transport patients on both cots, with both members of the crew riding up front. When ambulance regulations came into place, they closed down.
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