A-Z COVERAGE OF THE UPS UNITED WAY CAR and BIKE SHOW

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The original lights, siren, gurney and attendant seat are fully functional
This 1956 Ambulette is based on the 150 Series Sedan Delivery with hatch. 

Do you know the difference between an Ambulance  and an Ambulette? 

An Ambulette uses an unaltered wheelbase.

One of less than 700 made, this was ordered and used by the Ambulance Corps. in Cedar Grove, NJ.



Knock-off wheels were held in place by the spin-off instead of lug nuts. 

A different thread pattern was used on the R and L side of the car as a safety feature. Driving the car forward would tighten them.

An original AMC Javelin Trans Am race car






The 1969 Buick Riveria featured hide-away headlights that would rotate downward




You don't see many AAR Barracudas with a 340 and a "6-Pack". 
They were a street version of the Trans AM racers driven by noted drivers like Dan Gurney.