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Old 02-15-2019, 08:15 AM
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This was my first time here but it certainly was awesome. Held at a Drive-In church in South Daytona. Nice old Ford ambulance and ran in to the GaFather in his Eldo.
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Your Lifeliner looks great! That Siebert Ford looks really nice, too.
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That '62 Chrysler rag top would look 10 times nicer with the stock wheels, tires and hub caps on it.
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I vote with Terry but the is no accounting for taste.
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That '62 Chrysler rag top would look 10 times nicer with the stock wheels, tires and hub caps on it.
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I also like that 1955 Pontiac wagon and that red Eldo looks nice, I assume that is the Wright's car.
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I guess I didn't realize that Shop of Sieburt did panel delivery conversions also. any idea what agency had the unit built originally?
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Gives the appearance of one of many built for the Coal Mines. This was done so they had quick available transportation for injured workers.Many mines were located far from ambulance service. Same holds true for logging operations. Also these units had higher ground clearance than Packards and Cadillacs and roads were at best poor.
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