Black Oil & Night Soil: 911, What Is Your Emergency ?

Ladies and Gentlemen, today we introduce David Link, specifically brought on board for his incredible craigslist find finding skill. Prepare yourself to be shamed by the quality and quantity of vehicles he can dig up from the great bayou that is craigslist. Today he’s treated us to a collection of classic ambulances, but rest assured there isn’t an Econoline among them (not that Econolines can’t be awesome). Click through to check out the selection of life ruining saving rides available. – Ed

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5 responses to “Black Oil & Night Soil: 911, What Is Your Emergency ?”

  1. Jeff Glucker Avatar
    Jeff Glucker

    For those of you who don’t know, this man can find the greatest things CL has to offer…

    1. David Link Avatar
      David Link

      I’m humbled to be on board.
      I’m gonna stumble through a couple rounds of “How the hell does HTML work again?”, but once I get a nice design set up, I’ll drop the hammer.
      Thanks for bringing me into the fold,
      D. A. Link

  2. Batshitbox Avatar

    I saw that Gamma Goat pop up during a god knows what I was looking for CL CS, fairly recently.
    Not an ambulance, but I found a 1979 Mecedes Benz 508D Fire Truck for this week’s CL CS.

  3. dukeisduke Avatar

    Cool, a Gama Goat. It has a Corvair connection, in that the prototype was Corvair-powered, and the original idea was to offer the option of Corvair power, or the Detroit Diesel option. There’s a great Gama Goat page out there, put up by one of the guys that worked on the project for Vought (after Chance Vought bought the idea from Gamaunt):

  4. dukeisduke Avatar

    Welcome aboard, David. Looking forward to some interesting articles.

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