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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

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