From the seller’s description:
Up for sale is my 1950 Ford F1 Panel “Siebert” Ambulance. This vehicle has 8,000 original miles on it and is in all original condition, including most of its paint. It is equipped with its original straight 6 cylinder gas motor with a 3 speed, on the floor, transmission. It runs and drives excellent. This vehicle was originally ordered by the Glenalden Corporation of Hazelton, Pennsylvania and was used at one of their 3 anthracite and coal mines. The vehicle was kept in excellent condition throughout its life, with only minimal paint work. The coal mines were in close proximity to the hospital, this is the reason for the extremely low mileage. The vehicle was registered to the Coal Mine Company until the early 1970’s, when it was then stored in a dry climate garage until the past year or so when some local guys in Hazelton wound up with it. They brought it back to roadworthy condition by doing the common sense things that a car that has been in storage for many years would need, such as: new tires, new brakes, brake lines, flushed the fuel tank, cleaned the carburetor, plugs, caps, rotors, wires, and a new battery. Their intention for this vehicle was to turn it into a “hot rod”. I feel I rescued it from that fate and knew there would be someone out there that would appreciate it, just the way it is. The Siebert Ambulance conversion is equipped with rear sliding glass panel windows, a fold down bench seat for emergency personnel, a gurney, rear heater in working condition. rear fan, roof ventilation and a working siren. As you can see in the photos, this is a solid rust free original truck. Currently stored at The Hatfield Auto Museum, located Northwest of Philadelphia.
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