Built by the Trinity Company of Duncanville, Texas, this ambulance served as a responding emergency ambulance for the city of Burbank. Owned and operated by Snyder Ambulance Service, it is a faithful recreation of the way this vehicle appeared when placed into service back in 1968.
It has less than 75,000 original miles. It features the original 430 cubic inch V-8 engine and GM Turbo Hydramatic transmission.
Also featured is the period-correct external emergency lighting package that was used in 1968 (Twin Federal Beacon Ray Model 173 rotating lights, Beacon Ray Model 184 rotating light, Unity flashers, Federal Model C-5 electro-mechanical siren and twin Federal Model CP 100 siren horns driven by a Unitrol control box).
The interior is complete with the time-period correct Motorola 2-way radio, attendant’s seat, Rico electric suction unit, oxygen tanks, Ferno Model 30 gurney, portable E&J resuscitator and Remington medical box.
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