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1965 Buick Ambulance Trinity Coach Co.

1965 Buick Ambulance in Peligro...! Mujeres en acción, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: US

1965 Buick Ambulance Trinity Coach Co.

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HWJOE US

2018-07-02 13:54

1965 Buick LeSabre?

CougarTim US

2018-07-02 15:50

I see 4 portholes, but it doesn't seem to have the full Electra side trim. Just call it 'Buick Ambulance'?

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-- Last edit: 2018-07-02 15:51:49

supcoach US

2018-07-02 17:16

The factory only built wagons as Specials or Skylarks

Link to "www.oldcarbrochures.com"

CougarTim US

2018-07-02 18:39

It's not a wagon. It's a coachbuilt ambulance. :??:

Buc84 US

2018-07-07 17:43

I can't recall the companies name at the moment,but there was once a company in Duncanville,Texas (It's a suburb of Dallas) that built Hearses & Ambulances off Buick Electra and maybe also Wildcat(!)chassis at that time?? I think one of the models was called the 'Triune'. (I think their plant was on a street called Big Stone Gap Drive. Building I think burned down years ago after they went out of business?)

-- Last edit: 2018-07-07 17:46:02

Animatronixx DE

2019-03-10 02:47

^ Exactly, Buc84! You are talking about the Trinity Coach Co. of Duncanville, Texas, which only lasted from 1965 to 1968. Flxible, who had been active in the professional car business with their Buick coaches for decades, only built one prototype in 1965, then stopped offering funeral coaches and ambulances and decided to focus solely on the bus business. Joe Summers, a distributor for Flxible Buicks, opened Trinity Coach to fill this new gap and bought the toolings from Flxible.

The Triune was the standard wheelbase model, the coaches with extended chassis were named Royal. Unfortunately we can't see on the picture which one this is. In any case, this is an extremely rare coach and another little gem of almost forgotten specialty vehicles!

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