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Old 10-12-2020, 09:42 PM
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Default 1952 National Ambulette $22,000

Not mine on face book. In my back yard if someone wants eyes on it.


Excellent mechanical condition. Lights and siren in working order. Original 216 motor with 3 speed manual transmission. New wheels and tires. Recent paint...all chrome and stainless has been refinished. Original gurney included. New carberator...distributor ...sparkplugs... and wires. ... no rust anywhere on this car. Very rare Chevy sedan delivery ambulance with very rare 4 corner tunnel lights.. I will help with shipping.
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Old 10-12-2020, 10:18 PM
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I don't understand why you would keep it stock on the outside and deviate so much on the interior?? I couldn't deal with that interior. It would all need to come out and get re-done.
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Looks like interior guy was a good salesman. Cost the same or more to do it wrong as it would have to do it right. That interior was bottom of the line cheap when new. UGGH
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You always have a problem with interiers. The upholstery guys just can't do a stock one. But the custom touches on the out side are back to what the builder would like if GM would just built it. Chrome welting on the rear fenders the sun visor and winged hood ornament. The only one that confuses me is the square patch stone guard on the front fender. That and the tint on the back glass was unnessary. You would play heck getting one to this condition for the money. This car would slide right into most of the car shows around. All you would get teased for was the 6 banger.
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The upholstery isn't the worst part of the interior! It's that red dash and steering wheel! You can't blame the upholsterer for that!
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I could live with it, matter of fact, I like it. If the price was right, I would love to have it. I would have to convert it to automatic, so Lucille could drive it.
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I am with you Bill. Very cool body style. I would have liked to see some rear compartment pics (I am not a Facebook person, so may be missing them). The dashboard is pretty bright, but that could be changed. I hope it finds a good home.
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I am with you Bill. Very cool body style. I would have liked to see some rear compartment pics (I am not a Facebook person, so may be missing them). The dashboard is pretty bright, but that could be changed. I hope it finds a good home.
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I am with you Bill. Very cool body style. I would have liked to see some rear compartment pics (I am not a Facebook person, so may be missing them). The dashboard is pretty bright, but that could be changed. I hope it finds a good home.
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I went to take a, look only 10 minutes from me. The back is not finished and the owner is not sure to finish it the way he would or let the next buyer to decide it. I have his contact # if anyone wants it ,PM me. He is open to trades also . He is open to offers .
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The upholstery isn't the worst part of the interior! It's that red dash and steering wheel! You can't blame the upholsterer for that!
The non-original seats--much less the missing attendant seat--are what bothers me. This thing is way overpriced for a vehicle that is incomplete AND incorrect.
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