An old Dodge ambulance station wagon (1956)
Chrysler ambulance from the 1950s (1953)
The new 2100 Limousine Straight Ambulance gives you more power than you’ve ever driven before, new ease and safety of steering, brilliant yet economical performance and unsurpassed beauty of line and appointments.
Cadillac ambulances (1958)
The Sentinel – The Volunteer – The First Aider
Miller-Meteor underscores its growing leadership with the most advanced ambulances ever produced. New horizons of efficiency and beauty are achieved in all of M-M’s 21 different models in three spectacular series:
THE SENTINEL: Lowest profile with dramatic Flight-Sweep styling
THE VOLUNTEER: Extra roominess (48″ headroom) with sweeping modern lines
THE FIRST AIDER: “hospital on wheels” with walk-around (52-1/2″ ) headroom.
Exclusive, new Safe-T-Vu Roof Lights that flash warning at sides as well as front and back . . . Sit-Rite Attendants’ Seats with greater legroom . . . and more convenient storage compartments head a long parade of advanced functional features. Contact your Miller-Meteor Distributor now.
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The S&S Cadillac Superline Kensington ambulance (1958)
Old ambulances from the fifties: Rushing to the hospital
Willys 4-wheel drive ambulance (1954)
The Willys ambulance: Designed for a dual purpose:
As an ambulance to reach patients over bad roads or across country, and bring them back to hospitals & as a mobile unit serving outlying communities without hospital facilities. Body easily converted for special clinical work.
Has cargo and working space permitting its use as a mobile clinic — with engine power end 4-wheel drive traction to get to remote back country.
Gets patients to hospitals or other medical aid centers with speed and comfort.
For safety in emergencies: Rescue cars (1956)
The 1954 Envoy – Limousine ambulance by Meteor
A vintage fire truck from 1956