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Old 08-12-2018, 10:27 PM
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we have gotten around the lower body of the 53. now to let it down and get the roof
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I, for one, am very anxious to see this ambulance back on the road again. Another one saved!
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First time seeing what the partition looks like. My 49's had been removed prior to me getting it. Planning on building it, would really like to see more pics of it.
How it attached, sides, at roof, floors, window slides, doors.
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Old 08-13-2018, 10:23 AM
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first of all this one we are working on is a Armbruster. I believe your's is a Barnette. this one is made from steel and tack welded into place. I do not know how Barnette did theirs but the 53 I looked at was similar. just don't know if it was steel or wood. I can supply you with any pictures you need. just PM me with your e mail and what you are looking for. there is a collection of pictures here
https://www.dropshots.com/jer57747/albums/281056 but or course no measurements
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Thanks Ed. Totally forgot yours was a different coach builder. After looking at your pics I see that they are completely different.
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