1951 Dodge M43 Ambulance..

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M37B1 1965

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Hi Guys,

Just bought a 1951 Dodge ambulance ,i looking for anyone else here that has an early version of this type of M43 with the batteries in the back rather than under the passenger seat,im looking for detailed pictures of the passenger seat setup..and any parts someone may have for it..? seat cushions (diferent to the drivers side) etc..

Also looking for a bunch of other stuff for it ,so if anyone has any parts i would be interesetd.
Rear locker lids.
Deep water fording exhaust pipe ,and intake.and brackets.
Battery tray.
Folding step cushion.
Rear bed back cushions.
litter rack rear handle.(.it unlocks the litter ,you have to pull it to release the rack.)

Cheers.
Paul.
 

thmpr

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Are you looking for pictures of what the passenger seat looks like without the battery box under the seat ... or do you want your batteries under the seat? Just removed the dual battery box out from under the passenger seat in my M152. Switching to 12 volt single battery under driver's seat. Have the complete set-up ... box, tray, lid, clamps, jumpers, mounting bolts.
Glenn, Phoenix, AZ
 

M37B1 1965

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Are you looking for pictures of what the passenger seat looks like without the battery box under the seat ... or do you want your batteries under the seat? Just removed the dual battery box out from under the passenger seat in my M152. Switching to 12 volt single battery under driver's seat. Have the complete set-up ... box, tray, lid, clamps, jumpers, mounting bolts.
Glenn, Phoenix, AZ
Hi Glenn,
No i have an early M43 that has the batteries in the back of the truck, so im looking for a picture of what the passenger seat set up should look like in this set up, its different to what the seat is like on the version with batteries under the seat.
My under seat compartment is lower and should have a lid with the seat higher..somehow.
 
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