PEUGEOT Ambulances, Firebrigade and Hearses France


Ambulances, Firebrigade and Hearses France

1915 Belgian Peugeot Ambulance in the Paris Parade of April 1915 1934 Peugeot 201 1940 ambulance-peugeot-d4-1940- 1941 1e Ambulance Peugeot D4B Carr. Visser 1942 Peugeot DMA 40-nemecko 1946 Peugeot firebrigade 1948 Peugeot 203 canadienne 1948 Peugeot_402_Kombi_Sankra_WM-63930-_Hoppe 1948 Peugot DK5 J dk5_be10 1950 peugeot-d3a-corbillard-01 1950 PeugeotD320corbillard 1951 Peugeot 203 Ambulance 'Paquet de tabac' 1951 Peugeot 203 Ambulance 1951 Peugeot 203 1951 PEUGEOT D3A Hearse 1951 Peugeot D320 corbillard 1952 Nice Peugeot minibus 1952 peugeot 203 ambulance (2) 1952 Peugeot 203 Ambulance 1952 peugeot 203fou10 hearse 1952 Peugeot D3B Ambulance 1953 ambulance peugeot 203 (2) 1953 Ambulance Peugeot 203 1954 Peugeot 203 (2) 1954 Peugeot 203 Ambulance 'Paquet de tabac' 1955 Peugeot 203 1955 Peugeot 403 Amb Foto-BAHLYIOF-D 1955 peugeot 403 ambulance T 1955 Peugeot 403 tolée corbillard (2) 1955 Peugeot 403 tolée corbillard 1956 peugeot-403-ambulance-01 1956 peugeot-403-ambulance-03 1957 Peugeot  D3A 1958 Peugeot 403 Ambulance Creux Rouge 1959 Peugeot 403 Commercial 1959 Peugeot D4B Carr. Visser AP-71-89 1962 peugeot-403-ambulance-10 1962 peugeot-404-ambulance-09 EPSON DSC picture 1964 Peugeot D4B Ambulance panel bus 1965 Peugeot-404-hearse 1966 Peugeot 404 corbillard 2 1966 Peugeot J7 Visser ambulance 1966 peugeot-404-ambulance-05 1967 Peugeot J7 ambulance carrosserie Visser standplaats Schiphol 70-74-DJ 1967 Peugeot J7 Ambulance Sales Brochure 1967 Peugeot J7 carr. Visser XS-70-35 en XS 70-36 1967 Peugeot J7 KM 50-00 1967 Peugeot J7 1967 peugeot-404-ambulance 1968 Peugeot 404 break ambulance pompiers 1968 peugeot-404-ambulance-12 1970 Schumacher vermutlich Peugeot 504 1971 Peugeot J7 ambulance carrosserie Visser standplaats Schiphol 1972 Peugeot -Reeve Sovam Concorder Mk 1 1976 AA Peugeot 504 Ambulance-3 1976 old-peugeot-504-ambulance 1976 Peugeot 504 Ambulance r 1976 peugeot 504 Corbillard Image Mobile SAGEM 1977 peugeot 504 Hearse 1977 Peugeot 504 Pomp 1978 Peugeot 3 F 1978 Peugeot 504 Ambulance 1978 PEUGEOT 504 break corbillard 1978 Peugeot 504 f 1978 Peugeot 504 lijkenwagen 1979 Peugeot 504 amb norm AVD 1979 peugeot j5 ambulance 1980 ambulance nl complete 1980 peugeot 504 B 1980 Peugeot 504-07 1980 Peugeot J9 Ambulance 1981 Peugeot J7 Ambulance d 1983 Peugeot 504 Fire Chief Car 1984 Peugeot 5O5 1984 Peugeot 505 1984 Peugeot 505a 1984 PEUGEOT J9 Sapeurs-Pompiers Floyon 1984-peugeot-505-heuliez-corbillard-hearse-french-brochure 1985 Peugeot 505 Ambul 1985 Peugeot J5 Amb 2RD-NBC 1985 PEUGEOT J9 Desautel 888D35 Pick-up 1986 Peugeot 504 break ambulance, 1986, Montbrison, France 1986 Peugeot J9 Ambulance 1986 Peugeot J-9 F 1986 Peugeot J9 Pompiers 1986 Peugeot J9 Sapeurs Pompiers a 1987 Peugeot 305 Break, Police Nationale 1987, France OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1988 Peugeot 505 Ambulance a 1988 peugeot-j5-heuliez-ambulance-08 1989 Peugeot 309 Hearse a 1989 Peugeot 309 Hearse 1989 Peugeot J9 Pompiers 1990 Peugeot 505 ambulance T 1990 peugeot 505 corbillard2 1990 Peugeot 505 DSCN1019mm 1990 Peugeot 505 funeral car 1992 Peugeot 905 Hearse 2010 Paris Peugeot Ambulance 2012 Peugeot Ambulance Service 2013 Belgische Rode Kruis Peugeot 2013 St John Ambulance West Midlands Peugeot Boxer 2014 East Midlands Ambulance Service Peugeot Boxer Emergency Ambulance Peugeot Schotland bestelwagen-ambulance-PEUGEOT Brandweer Albrandswaard Peugeot Brandweer Assen Peugeot Boxer Lion_Peugeot_1858 Lion_Peugeot_1960 OrejanoUruguayPeugeot306 Peugeot 2 F Peugeot 4 F peugeot 402B de chez Norev Peugeot 405 GLD Break France Peugeot 406 Amb 703 Peugeot 406 Ambulance Peugeot 406 Gambetta Ambulance peugeot 406 jlppompeypeuge France Peugeot 504 Brandweer Peugeot 504 Pomp PEUGEOT 604 Hearse Peugeot 806 funeral car OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Peugeot DK 5 J Ambulance Peugeot Fire brigade Peugeot Haut Rhin France Peugeot Hearse 1 Peugeot Hearse Peugeot images Peugeot RFB723 B Peugeot Sp Peugeot Special Rescue Unit Van Peugeot Treatment Centre Peugeot VTU 143 DTZ 95 peugeot_h2o Peugeot_logo2009 peugeot-404-fire-extinguisher-L-JiGlc5 peugeot-504-ambulance-02 peugeot-504-ambulance-03 peugeot-505-ambulance-01 peugeot-505-ambulance-06 peugeot-505-ambulance-12 peugeot-505-ambulance-heuliez-04 peugeot-j5-heuliez-ambulance-01 peugeot-j5-heuliez-ambulance-07 PSR 17 (Peugeot J9)Ambulances

104, (1972) 106, (1991) 107, (2005) 108 (2014)
201, (1929) 202, (1938) 203, (1948) 204, (1965) 205, (1983) 206, (1998) 207, (2006) 208 (2012)
301, (1932) 302, (1936) 304, (1969) 305, (1977) 306, (1993) 307, (2001) 308, (2007) 309 (1985)
401, (1934) 402, (1935) 403, (1955) 404, (1960) 405, (1987) 406, (1995) 407, (2004) 408 (2010)
504, (1968) 505, (1979) 508 (2010)
601, (1934) 604, (1975) 605, (1989) 607 (1999)
806, (1994) 807 (2002)
905, 908
1007, (2004) 2008, (2013) 3008, (2008) 4007, (2007) 4008, (2012) 5008 (2009)
  • Bipper  2007–present
  • Boxer   1981–present 1st gen. 1981–1993 second gen. 1994–2006 third gen. 2006-..
  • DMA/DMAH  1941-1948

Peugeot D3 and D4

Peugeot D3

Peugeot D4

Peugeot, Belgian licence registration OBP-557 p1.JPG
Chenard-Walcker 1946 – 1951
Peugeot 1950 – 1965
1947 – 1950
as a Chenard-Walcker product
1950 – 1965
as a Peugeot
approx 76,000 produced
Body and chassis
panel van
FF layout
4 cylinders in line, petrol
1,290 cc (D3)
1 468 cc (D4)
diesel 1 816 cc
4,430 mm
1,840 mm
2,110 mm
Peugeot J7
The Peugeot D3 and its successor, the Peugeot D4 were forward control panel vans sold by Peugeot from October 1950 till 1965. The van originated as a front wheel drive light van produced by Chenard-Walcker, whose business Peugeot had acquired by 1950.
The van, based on a wartime design, was relaunched, soon after the Liberation, in June 1946 as the Chenard-Walcker CPV. In this form it was powered by a two-cylinder water-cooled two-stroke engine of just 1,021 cc. Power output of 26 hp was claimed. Accepting that even by the standards of the time, this level of power was insufficient, in 1947 the manufacturers switched to using the 1,133 cc engine of the Peugeot 202, and claimed power increased to 30 hp.
The original two-cylinder engine had the merit of being very compact, and in order to accommodate the four-cylinder unit from Peugeot the nose of the van had to be extended, which compromised the clean frontal design of the original van and gave rise to frequent use of the « Nez de cochon » (“pig nose”) soubriquet.
Providing the van’s engine to Chenard-Walcker at a time when the business was short of cash left Peugeot as a major creditor, and therefore at the front of the line of any potential purchasers of the business as it became apparent that Chenard-Walcker could not survive independently. Peugeot’s acquisition of the business led to the van’s rebranding as a Peugeot, although it was January 1951 before the Chenard et Walcker CP3 (as their CPV had by now become) was formally discontinued.
Power was also increased late in 1950 when the engine from the (by now no longer produced) Peugeot 202 was replaced by the 1,290 cc engine of the recently introduced Peugeot 203. The D3 was redesignated as the D3A. Already the engine change enabled Peugeot to advertise the van’s power output as 32 hp, and during the next few years the vehicle benefited from further enhancements as the engine was developed both for the van and for what was at the time the company’s only passenger car. Power was increased to 40 hp in 1952, marked by the renaming of the van as the D3B. In February 1953, for drivers who did not like to work alone, a passenger seat was fitted.
In 1955 Peugeot added a second model to their passenger car range, and the van acquired the 1,468 cc engine of the newly launched Peugeot 403 which even in the detuned state used for the commercial vehicle application provided 45 hp of power. Thus enhanced, in August 1955 the Peugeot D3 was replaced by the Peugeot D4. The new van was virtually indistinguishable from the old one from the outside, unless the customer had paid extra for the side-door which could now be specified for the load area. Also new on the D4 were two “baguette-style” over-riders on the front bumper which enabled keen eyed observers to differentiate the two versions (until 1960, when the over-riders disappeared).
In October 1959 the D4 (like the 403) became available with a diesel engine, which was a major innovation at the time. In 1960 the power from the petrol engine was increased to 55 hp and the van was redesignated D4B. 1960 also saw a rearrangement of the exterior lights with the fitting of flashing direction indicators front and back. Further changes during the final five years were minor in nature, one of the more noteworthy being a small reduction, in 1963, of the number of bars on the front grill.
A range of body types existed including those of a basic panel van, a minibus, and ambulance and horse-box. (A relatively popular horse-box conversion was undertaken by the Théault business at Avranches.) Customers for the little minibus version included various French police forces and the French post office which used the vans for transporting postmen.
The D4B was withdrawn in 1965 to be replaced by the Peugeot J7
  • D3/D3A   Chenard-Walcker 1946-1951 Peugeot 1950-1965
  • D4/D4A   Chenard-Walcker 1946-1951 Peugeot 1950-1965
  • Expert   1994–present (1) 1995–2006  (2)2007 – present
  • J5/J7/J9  (1) 1981–1993  (2) 1994–2006   (3) 2006–present
  • P4  MPV army
  • Partner  1996–present

Author: Jeroen

In Dutch, my homelanguage: Ik ben Jeroen, tot januari 2015 was ik al dik 26 jaar werkzaam in een psychiatrisch ziekenhuis in een stad vlakbij Werelds grootste havenstad Rotterdam. Eerst als verpleegkundige/begeleider op high care, later op afdeling dubbeldiagnose (verslavingen) en ook nog een tijdje als administratief medewerker. Ik heb een spierziekte "Poli Myositis" (alle spieren zijn ontstoken) daardoor weinig energie. Sinds augustus 2015 is daarbij de diagnose Kanker gesteld, en ben ik helemaal arbeidsongeschikt geworden en zit middenin de behandelfase. Gelukkig ben ik daarnaast getrouwd, vader, en opa, en heb de nodige hobby's. Een daarvan is transportmiddelen verzamelen en daarmee een blog schrijven. Dit blog begon met bussen, maar nu komen ook sleepboten, auto's trucks en dergelijke aan bod. Kijk en geniet met me mee, reageer, en vul gerust aan. Fouten zal ik ook graag verbeteren. In English: I'm Jeroen, till januari 2015 I was already 26 years working as a nurse in a psychiatric hospital, near Rotterdam, Worlds biggest harbour with more than 98 nationalities living within it's borders. First I worked on closed high care ward and the last years on a ward with mainly addicted people. I liked my work very much. In 2007 I got ill. I got the diagnose Poli Myositis, a musscle dissease. Al my mussles are inflamed. And last august I got another diagnose. Cancer. It's plaveicelcel carcinoma and treated with Chemo and radioation. So I've even less energy than the last years. Still I try to make something of my life and the blog is helping with surviving with some pleasure.

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