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CO - Chevy ambulance (72) in a Colorado boneyard

Taken: December 23, 2001
Uploaded: November 05, 2002
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Captured with:
Sony CD Mavica


  • Doug United States (Private)
    12 years ago
    Phil, by "carry all" do you mean a panel truck? Looks like a Suburban to me. Suburbans didn't get a left rear door until the 73 restyle. Those side windows look factory.
  • Phil Dorsett (Private)
    12 years ago
    Is it a Suburban or a Carry All?
  • Bikestar United States (Private)
    12 years ago
    There were a large number of companies that made high-top Suburbans including Wayne. Other were National, Stoner (you can see the Stoner rigs in the early episodes of "Emergency!" on DVD) Superior (although they were best known for Caddy/Pontiac converts) Amble-van, Prestige, Summers Coach (Dallas) and Modulance. One of them, Crestliner, is still building them for export and industrial applications in Canada. My career started in a National Coach hi-top Suburban.

  • JW (Private)
    12 years 6 months ago
    I believe Wayne was the only coach builder that made a Suburban Ambulance conversion.
  • Bikestar United States (Private)
    12 years 6 months ago
    1972 Chevy Suburban, unless I miss my guess it is a Wayne Coach conversion. Wayne was a big ambulance builder through 1980s. (I think they still make buses.) Started my career in a rig very similar to this, back aound 1973.
  • Alex Carter (Private)
    14 years 3 months ago
    I want you to tell me the name, address, city, state, zip code, and phone number, of where this vehicle is located at.
    I really don't give a rat's behind about what you want. Give it up already.