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Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: Virginia/Seattle
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Vehicle Name Bamulance
Year 1986
Make Ford
Model F350 Military Ambulance
Color White/Orange
Packages V8 7.5L 460, 4WD, 2" lift
1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance
1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance
History Bam served as an ambulance at Atsugi Naval Airfield in Japan before moving to the private sector. She currently has 18,000 miles (quite the MILF).

New: alternator, starter, rebuilt carb. Engine and bones are good to go.
*replaced alternator (again) and radiator in New Mexico.

Next: The treatment bay is completely gutted. Building out with a modern rustic theme on a very compressed time schedule. Bam and fam will be heading west to Seattle at the end of February.

Just made the trek from Minnesota (-13 degrees, no issues) to Southern Virginia.

Update: Bam, three people, two dogs, and some household goods successfully made the trek from Virginia, through Asheville, Tennessee, Texas, New Mexico, Utah and all the way up to Seattle.
1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Exterior 1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Exterior 1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Exterior
(DEC 2017) Other than being an ambulance, none yet.
(FEB 2018) Rattle canned matte black as we drove across the country. Installed a back up camera and a hitch mounted bike rack.

1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Interior 1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Interior 1986 Ford F350 Military Ambulance Interior
DEC 2017 Gutted son.

FEB 2018 (FEB 2018) bay is now insulated with foam and reflectix. Alder paneling throughout. Laminate flooring. Couch that pulls out to almost a queen size bed with 5" memory foam cushions. Dometic two burner stove and sink is mounted on the rear door. Storage shelf built and installed above the couch/bed. Added a new stereo, speakers, and sub woofer.

Wheels, Tires, & Suspension
35" tires, Dana's front and back.

Under the Hood
460 gas. Makes it all the way to the next gas station.
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