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Old 05-29-2020, 03:51 PM
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Default 1963 MM Combination (ambulance modification))

1963 MM combination, that has externally been modified to be a straight ambulance. Entire history known, professional life entirely in two small funeral homes. Beautiful original interior. Mechanical/body all great. Zero rust. Air rear suspension. Drives beautifully.
Images are on my PCS web page. Happy to provide others.

Price $36,000 US. Not cheap, but no disappointments.
My contact email is tgprieur@outlook.com if any interest.
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She's a stunningly beautiful ol' girl, Tim! I'd love to own her if I had that kind of extra money. She'll sure make some lucky person happy for sure! Why are you selling her?
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I can't tell from the photos--is the rear floor set up for a casket rack?
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Looks beautiful Tim! I wish I could afford it, but probably not, unless I hit the lottery
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Abe: I am simply trying to downsize a bit so the cars I keep get more road time.

Steve: It is fit with anchors for a rack. From the original documents I received with the car I suspect its primary purpose was ambulance duty.

Has all of the appearance of a low volume use car professionally that was cleaned up after every run.
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Tim what is meant by this [ Air rear suspension]. Air shocks , air bags ? Thanks
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Sorry, air shocks.
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If you want one an can not do an ED restoration and have to pay the going rate this RIG is pardon the pun DEAD CHEAP and you can't beat good original.
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Tim... You forgot to mention the Guidematic, the automatic headlight dimming system. Do you know if it works? Do you have the casket rack with the car, or only the mounts in the floor? Are there any other Cadillac options on the car, such as a tilt or telescopic steering column? All these things add to the value.
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You could not bring one up to this standard for this money. You figure you first have to find the car. Buy it for 3-5 then start on it.
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