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Old 11-17-2016, 04:06 PM
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Default 1952 Flxible Sterling Ambulance

1952 Flxible Sterling Ambulance - $18500 (Connersville)

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Very Nice all Original not restored , 1952 Flxible Sterling Ambulance model 50 and 70 chassis , only 132 built , car cam from the Mexico/Arizona border , straight 8 , 6 volt asking $18500 call only (NO TEXT) home 765-825-1795 cell 765-309-2230
I never seen mirrored glass in the cross. Was that ever a thing to do?
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I have seen it before. I believe that it was a "trademark" of Flxble, because I have never seen it on any other body builders cars.
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I have a couple other pictures of them. but only them.
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It was pretty straight forward to have a mirror silvered in the 1950's. Almost every town of a reasonable size would have a glass company that had the equipment to do the project.



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I, too, have only ever seen the mirrored crosses on Flxibles. Someone must have jumped on it quickly! The post has been deleted.

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My 1949 Flxible Buick ambulance had the same mirrored look.
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Here's lookin' at you kid! The mirrored cross in my '60 Flxible ambulance.

As mentioned, it seems to be only Flxible that did this.
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How many medics out there have had nosy-rosies gawking into your rig during a call imagine gawking into the side window to see who is on the stretcher only to see yourself,awesome.
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Here's lookin' at you kid! The mirrored cross in my '60 Flxible ambulance.

As mentioned, it seems to be only Flxible that did this.

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