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Old 05-25-2013, 11:24 PM
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Default Sunset Coach Precision Miniature 59 Superior Ambulance In Blue

I need several items for my 1968 Miller Meteor combo and I have a Precision Miniature 1959 blue Superior Cadillac ambulance that I would be willing to trade, if anyone is interested. The model is in good condition, but it sits on top of my dresser and it is dusty, with minor flaws.

Here is what I need;
1 Mattress for the stretcher, must be in good shape.
2 Original type, period correct Unity Spotlights, prefer a pair of them.
3 Interesting sounding siren
4 1968 Miller Meteor brochure, sales catalogue, etc
5 Any period ambulance pieces, such as; two way radio, or?

I may be willing to trade for any number of the items on my list. I am not sure what the model is worth, or what any of the items I need are worth, so if you are interested, please let me know what you are willing to trade. Please send PM. Thank you!
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I have a whole box of old spotlights I'll trade you, there's a bunch of them and spotlight parts too
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Sure you don't need the rollers and side landau panels?
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:47 AM
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Sure you don't need the rollers and side landau panels?
Thanks, but I already have those.
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I have NOS spotlights if you are interested in purchasing a pair. Both small and large bulb heads.
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Bill, I have cot mattresses and lots of other ambulance items. Could also find you a siren. E-mail me.
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Bill, I have a couple period correct oxygen cylinders, that you are welcome to free of charge. You will need to make the trip to Rhode Island for them. Let me see what else I can find for you. PM if interested.
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I would trade you a electric siren for the c5 that came with the car.
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I would trade you a electric siren for the c5 that came with the car.
Is that the siren it has? I don't know sirens and I haven't hooked that siren up yet. I thought it was a 28.
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nope is was a C series I'm not that up on them myself. but I know it works it would 2 smaller then the 28 if I remember right
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