AMBULANCES part IV international Ambulances on Alphabet C after Citroën:
Clement Bayard Ambulance
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.
Several Crossley Ambulances mostly during WWI