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Old 01-06-2019, 09:57 PM
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Default Not THE "You-Know-What" Ambulance

You'll never guess what I found today in a storage lot in Virginia. Yeah, it's THE.... No it's not, but it almost is.

It's rough but definitely appears restorable. Of course, I didn't hear it run. I have no idea if it's for sale. I spoke with the manager of the lot, says it's been there for years, it's paid for on auto-pay and the owner lives out of state. I left my card with the manager who promised to pass my number along to the owner.

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Old 01-06-2019, 10:06 PM
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Sure!! We all are!
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Amazing that ANOTHER ONE has popped up after all this time!
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Old 01-06-2019, 10:19 PM
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The navy must have had a money drop in 63 they had to spend and ordered a bunch of them that year.
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Whoa keep us in touch !
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Wonder who was transported in it? Heck, once restored, it can go to Barrett Jackson for auction.
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The navy must have had a money drop in 63 they had to spend and ordered a bunch of them that year.
63 was a very interesting point in Military toy buying and lets politely call it hiding.
Now factor in Command all Military-US- flowed through Pearl Harbor and the overall commander US forces regardless of Branch was an Admiral sitting in Pearl. Any suggestion said Admiral didn't know what was coming in the years to come is wrong.

Pearl became and remained a very large storage location.

US military manpower and supplies at Pearl came close to tipping the island.
Guam was farther along the supply line but Guam has a nasty problem with small brown snakes and nobody knew how to eliminate the snakes.
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