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Physician’s Exchange, The history of a great ambulance company.

Physicians Exchange Inc Kansas City Missouri “The history of a great Ambulance Company” Mable Mallon was one of the first Red Cross nurses at Fort Riley during the WWI flu pandemic and missed coming down with the flu herself but during her time at Fort Riley she became a great card player. Physicians Exchange was…

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A Restoration Done Right

A Restoration Done Right By Louis C. Farah She was a classic in every sense of the word. The last of an era when passenger car-based ambulances ruled the streets with a comfortable limousine-type ride, classic body lines and a definite flair of sophistication, elegance and luxury. She was also one of the rarest ambulances…

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Acme Livery Service

Motorcars were a relatively new mode of transportation at the dawn of the Twentieth Century and, although automobiles had been around for several years, private automobile ownership was still something only for the rich or well established businesses…something the average Joe could only dream of. With the advent of the Ford Model T in October…

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Owners Pride – Sarah Snook

Welcome to the brand new “Owners Pride” feature here at Professionalcar.org. We want to give give Professional car owners an opportunity to share their unique stories with the world. We all love these cars. Here is your chance to tell us why! Sarah Snook Ohio 1966 Miller Meteor Cadillac Duplex “Patty Hearse” Ever since I…

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