wner Trevor Ward first spotted this ambulance in a gully when he was on a train trip south. On his return journey, he saw the ambo again and made a note of where it was. He tracked this unique vehicle down to a farm owned by local horse trainers, the Cody brothers. Trevor began the negotiation (which wasn’t easy, due to the Cody brothers’ desire to keep the ambo for training the horses) and finally ended up owning the car. This was in 1987, and, following a bit of work to get her up to scratch, the Humber was soon back on the road again after its stint in the equine arena.
Trevor’s fondness for the humble Humber Super Snipe began when he would buy them for $50 and compete in demolition derbies, but this ambulance version was to be used for slightly more salubrious purposes. Over the