AMBULANCES part V international Ambulances on Alphabet from D

AMBULANCES D:

Dacia 1300 Ambulance

Dacia 1300 Ambulance  DACIA Logans, Dusters, Dokker + 13(20)

1950 DAF A10 Ambulance

Leyland-Daf 400 V8 1991 Ambulance by ‘Mountain’

DAF – DAF Leyland – YA – Trucks – DAF Sherpa – Army

DAIMLERS from WWI + later

De Dietrich Ambulances van 1900, 1902 +1912

Delauny Belleville Ambulances 1907-1918

  1959 Dennis Lomas ambulance

tpt transport bus minibus double decker coach ambulance dennis

Dennis Brothers – Dennis – Lomas bodybuilders Ambulances

1954 Desoto Weller Special Ambulance Service Wagon

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DeSoto or De Soto Ambulances + Hearses + Limo Ambulances 1938 – 1958

DKW Schnellaster – F 800- Munga

Dodge -Dodge Brothers – Dodge Dart Ambulances

AMBULANCES part IV international Ambulances on Alphabet C after Citroën

AMBULANCES part IV international Ambulances on Alphabet C after Citroën:

Clement Bayard Ambulance

Commer ambulances, some Karrier ambulances are build on a Commer Chassis

COTNER-BEVINGTON
PROFESSIONAL
CARS 
DISTINGUISHED CRAFTSMANSHIP 

Ambulances, Hearses, Limousines and other Professional Cars

Oldsmobile Division provided unfinished Dynamic 88s to the
Cotner-Bevington Corporation of Blytheville, Arkansas (formerly the Comet
Coach Company). Cotner-Bevington stretched the wheelbase to 150 inches
and finished them as Cotington models for the funeral and ambulance trade.
Despite being Dynamic 88s, they were trimmed on the outside as Super 88s.

Cotner-Bevington also offered Seville models – a line of compact coaches.
Sevilles were based on unfinished Dynamic 88 Celebrity Sedans. This line
featured a standard wheelbase and had significantly less standard equipment.

  Cotner-Bevington Coachbuilders mostly on Oldsmobile chassis, but sometimes also on Buick and Pontiac Chassis

photograph (Q 29207) Crossley Ambulance, British Red Cross Society garage, Boulogne, 1916. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205269135

 Several Crossley Ambulances mostly during WWI

Cunningham Ambulances


CWS  Centralne Warsztaty Samochodowe Poland