Army Ambulance Wagon - Custom

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This army ambulance follows a traditional design featuring four stretchers positioned along the side of the wagon.

Additionally, it comes with two personnel benches that can be neatly tucked away when not in use. For the comfort and privacy of wounded soldiers, the top of the ambulance is outfitted with roll-down curtains.  

The design of the wagon centers on a lightweight build, ensuring smooth and comfortable transportation, making it not only ideal for its main purpose but also nice for trail riding. The ambulance also boasts a rear entryway with a running board step and a tailgate, promoting easy access.

Furthermore, it comes with a 5th wheel steering mechanism, enhancing the ride's ease and maneuverability. It's also worth noting that the wagon bows and top are designed for easy removal, improving its flexibility. The wagon can be hauled by two to four animals, depending on preference or requirements.

To find out more about pricing and customizations give us a call at 605-996-8754


Question: How do you ship this vehicle to me?

Answer: We coordinate shipments of large freight items - such as our wagons, carriages, and coaches - within a network of private carriers so that your freight is safely transported to your destination without transfer. These are usually coordinated as partial loads in order to save costs, so it can take anywhere between 2 days to 2 weeks to find a ride. They will be transported in enclosed vans that vary from "U-Haul" size box vans to full 53' semi trailers. Contact us for more information and freight quotes. You may also arrange your own shipping through

Question: How do I offload this vehicle at delivery?

Answer: If you have a delivery location with a loading dock available this is your best option. However, we can also deliver to any location that a semi-trailer can access. We then recommend coordination with a towing service to use a tilt-bed wrecker truck. The vehicle can be rolled off the trailer on to the bed of the wrecker truck and it will be tilted/lowered down to the ground from there.

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