1969 Chevy Suburban Ambulance

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Vehicle Details

Built by the Stoner Corporation of Santa Fe Springs, this ambulance served as the primary rescue ambulance for the San Marino Fire Department. It is an original condition ambulance with less than 52,000 original miles.

It features the original 350 cubic inch V-8 engine and GM Turbo Hydramatic transmission.

Also featured is the period-correct external emergency lighting package that was used in 1969 (Federal Beacon Ray Model 173 rotating light, Unity flashers, B&M Super Chief electro-mechanical siren, dual spotlights, Grover Stuttertone air horn, and an under-the-hood Federal Model 100 siren horn driven by a Unitrol control box).

The interior is complete with the time-period correct Motorola 2-way radio, multi-frequency scanner, Ferno Model 28 gurney, portable E&J resuscitator, Remington medical box, backboard, manual suction equipment, oxygen tank, squad bench, and completely stocked medical cabinet.

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