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Old 08-03-2014, 07:37 PM
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73 cadillac 54" high top ambulance - $2900 (newton)

73 cadillac 54"miller-meteor high top ambulance 472cu.interior converted to party -wagon.have started,but not driven sold with bill of sale 2900.00 .contact 316-727-6579





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Perfect rear bumper, as I recall.
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Cabinet is gone and the floor has been cut out for a second seat...... unfortunately. VERY solid body with no rust, as I recall.
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............... other than the rust behind the stainless side window trim, which all of the '71 thru '76 M-M high tops developed.
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For those considering I have 73 Miller in yard very bad shape has jump seat and cabinets with tambor doors lights etc still present.
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As Pete suggested while I was uploading pics, sourcing cabinet or other interior components from a parts unit is not the end of the world. Here are two additional donors.


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I stopped and looked at it again today now that it has been moved and it is, again, rustier than I recalled. Quarters are not bad and rear bumper looks perfect, but lower doors are rusty. Big project, but I hope that someone saves it. Again, he is very flexible on his price.
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