This Crown mobile hospital/ambulance was a one of a kind unit built for the US Government in 1971.  She went into
service at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington DC.  The seats in the front section of the coach could be removed
for stretcher service and the rear of the coach could be used as an emergency operating room.  The rear of this coach
was equipped with a lift-gate for hospital beds.  After this rig was retired, it was sold to a church in east Texas.
Special thanks to Robert Lowe for sharing photos from his collection and his research on this unique Crown.
Updated October 13, 2008