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Ambulances from the 1950s: Vintage rescue vehicles

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Ambulances from the 1950s Vintage rescue vehicles

A Dodge ambulance (1956)

1956 Dodge Ambulance


Chrysler ambulance (1953)

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1953 Chrysler Ambulance


Cadillac ambulances (1958)

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1958 Cadillac Ambulances

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The S&S Cadillac Superline Kensington ambulance (1958)

1958 Cadillac Superline Kensington Ambulance


Old ambulances from the fifties

Ambulance and passenger from 1956 (2)

Ambulance and passenger from 1956 (1)


Willys 4-wheel drive ambulance (1954)

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.

1954 Willys Jeep Ambulance

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For safety in emergencies: Rescue cars (1956)

Oct 8, 1956 ambulance


The 1954 Envoy – Limousine ambulance by Meteor

1954 Cadillac Ambulance car models

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