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|:||“Replica WW1 Ambulance, built in Oklahoma, 20 years ago.”|
|Item status:||In archive|
|Car location:||Bethany, Ontario, Canada|
I’m helping a friend’s older brother sell his collection of WW1 cars, trucks, and motorcycles. He bought this Model T Ambulance from a gentleman in Oklahoma. It is a replica body, built on a 1923 chassis. It was correctly imported into Canada, all taxes and duties paid, never registered for road use. We have run it in demonstrations and at shows. Always kept in heated storage, we did have it running a few days ago. It ran very well. Will need a new battery. All the original Ford body work is steel. This one has a belt driven water pump and electric start. Any questions, please ask. Happy to pass on my phone number, if you want to chat. He also has a 1918 Dodge Staff Car (documented ex US Army, from the Harrah’s Collection), and a 1918 REO Speed Wagon, if you are interested? This was a US Vehicle, so reimportation should be easy. I am not an expert, so check your own Federal and State Laws. If you need a shipping quote, try Mackie Transportation, 1900 Boundary Road, Whitby, Ontario, Canada. Very professional service, I have used them several times. They just moved another of his ambulances out to Alberta, no problem. Note: Ambulance #158 (in two pictures) is SOLD.
This sale is for a 100 year old vehicle. No warranties expressed or implied. Sold “As Is”. Will include one stretcher, and a few belts, tubes, manuals, and spare bits. I will accept a $250 via PayPal. Remaining funds can be sent/ transferred by the method of your choice. The vehicle will not be released, until the owner confirms all funds received. He is a retired Lawyer. Sold with Bill of Sale and proof of original Oklahoma Title. For Canadian Residents, all “Customs Paid” documents are available too. No Reserve Auction. If you bid, you may WIN!
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