Pics of your Ambulance. Post Up!

hamiltron

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Just got the beast some license plates! Failed emissions unfortunately, but was able to get a waiver. Getting through the licensing process was a bit of a nightmare. Endless questions about the vehicle and its history (thought I was going to have to get it inspected). In the end, all I had to do was take it to get weighed. 8020lbs of pure camping bliss. :)

Coach - it's been completely gutted and rebuilt. All the shelving, bed, etc, was built new. I love the interior too! The guy who did it, did a great job! The stove in the pics I posted was replaced with a Cubic mini grizzly. I included some other pictures below.

eporter - I'm in Seattle, but bought the rig from a guy in Breckenridge.

cjken - I'm not actually sure of the wheelbase. I'll have to look into it. The ambo started life with 7.3 PS, but got switched to a 6.8L V10 gas engine. I'd love to switch it back to a diesel if the conversion didn't cost so much! Definitely not a project I could manage.

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Ar_Davis

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Man hamiltron I finally got enough cash together and I was going to try and buy that rig and it was gone. Congrats man.


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hamiltron

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Man hamiltron I finally got enough cash together and I was going to try and buy that rig and it was gone. Congrats man.


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Beat ya to it! Don't worry though, another sweet rig will come along for sure. And to be honest, there are a few things about this one that are less than stellar. Mainly, the diesel to gas engine conversion was a bit of a hack job it seems, and now there are quite a few minor electrical issues. Also, from what I've been reading the U-joint 4x4 conversion sounds like a much better option compared to the Quigley.
 
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