AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XIV on Alphabet beginning with P till R

AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XIV on Alphabet beginning with P till R

A 1927 Packard ambulance, in front of the Detroit Fire Department headquarters downtown. Burton Historical Collection.

Packard – Ambulances – Flowercars – Hearses -mostly by Henney coachbuilders from 1916 till 1958 when Packard fuseerde met Studebaker.

Only in 1985 made Bayliff some Packard Hearses (Bayliff Coach Corporation, 1979-1992; Lima, Ohio)

Panhard PL 17 Ambulance par Pichon Parat

Panhard ambulances

PAZ Ambulances and Ambulance Bus

Peugeot Ambulances and Hearses from 1934 till recent

Phänomen krankenwagen – ambulances

President Woodrow Wilson’s Pierce-Arrow

Pierce-Arrow Ambulances and Hearses

Plymouth Plaza estate ambulance

Plymouth Ambulances and Hearses

Polski Fiat 621L AMBULANCE with interior

Polski Fiat Ambulances

PONTIAC Ambulances + Hearses

Porsche Ambulances of fast resque and Hearses

 1981 Puch Binz ambulance

Steyr-Daimler-Puch Haflinger Pinzgauer Ambulance

That were all the P ambulances and hearses

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