The ZIS 110A Ambulance Wagon 1948 is a military vehicle manufactured by the Soviet automobile giant Zilevsky. It is the first ambulance manufactured using Soviet powertrain and transmission technologies. This single-sided, two-door vehicle is equipped with a wheelbase of 120.1 inches and a fuel capacity of 18.9 gallons. Outfitted with a 4.5-liter, six-cylinder engine, the ZIS 110A has a top speed of 58 mph and can traverse rough terrain with ease. The robustness of the vehicle is highlighted by its body style which consists of sturdy steel plates that are topped with a retractable canvas roof. The chassis is reinforced by a specially designed ladder frame which ensures that the body will remain stable even when traversing uneven ground. The exterior features a light-green paint job, with red detailing, which help differentiate it from standard automobiles and convey its status as a military vehicle. The ZIS 110A is highly versatile and is equipped to provide emergency services in a variety of circumstances. It can fit up to five passengers comfortably and commonly includes a large 70-inch storage area situated beneath the cabin. Additionally, its onboard medical equipment is comprised of a stretcher, an oxygen tank, a first aid kit, an array of medicines, and several other medical supplies. The vehicles interior is outfitted with manually operated knobs and gauges that control the engine, headlights, and other controls. There is also a storage compartment situated below the passenger seat to conveniently store extra medical equipment. All these features make the ZIS 110A Ambulance Wagon 1948 an excellent choice for medical professionals who require a reliable and rugged vehicle to carry out their duties in the field.
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