Sgt. Hancock wrote:Zeph, very nice truck my friend. I don't know if you know about the insulation between the interior and exterior skin. It is made of very flammable cardboard that looks like honeycomb. Be very mindful about where you use a cut-off wheel on or weld.
A friend of mine burned his Ambulance to the ground when he used a cutting torch to remove some bubbafied add-ons. Once the insulation started to burn, it went fast. He told me he had his garden hose wide open but still lost the fight.
Dave is very correct on this. I had mine on fire when i cut the sides of my roof off. I had taken a piece of it out and put a torch to it and it smoldered so I thought I was good. So I took the plasma and the roof caught. I had wet towels and a garden hose in my dads hands standing next to me and we got it out quick but still burned a but of the paper no damage luckily.
I agree on wrong engine, spare set of boxes, and lack of vent windows. I personally repaired my back corners they looked like yours. Mine will look like it came out of the factory floor though. The rear step is available from John at Midwest Military hes the only one who makes them and others sell his. Your medic stuff looks post war.