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Old 10-05-2013, 04:55 AM
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Default 1952 pontiac sedan delivery ambulance conversion (belton texas )

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1952 PONTIAC SEDAN DELIVERY AMBULANCE CONVERSION (BELTON TEXAS )

52 PONTIAC SEDAN DELIVERY. HAS 302 FORD MTR AUTO TRANS NOT RUNNING. GOOD TITLE . STRAIGHT BODY NEEDS RESTORING. 3800.00 delivery available call joe at 254-760-7431 (Posted: 2013-10-02)
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hard to tell if it's a stretch or not from that angle. there would be room for that long glass in a standard body. they did put out a stretch with out the center doors. but most had the vent window in the quarter glass. but spacing between the rear fender and the door says standard chassis. I do know were they is a engine with a power glide transmission for one.
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National; unstretched.
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it has that appearance. but why does the National script keep coming and going on them, this one should be just over the trim on the door.
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