Isenhoff Auto Rebuilding Co. - 1930s-1950s - Grand Rapids, Michigan
|The Isenhoff Auto Rebuilding Co. of Grand Rapids, Michigan was one of the
many firms who converted standard 7-passenger sedans in sedan-ambulances during the 1940s and early 1950s. Isenhoff placed a removable center-post between the two passenger-side doors and reinforced the door sills and
sub-flooring as well as the chassis so the vehicle could accept the extra weight. Built using a Chrysler chassis and
equipped with a Bogardner cot their "Dualance" ambulance cost half as much as a new LWB ambulance built by a major
coachbuilder like Eureka.
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