The ZIS 5 Ambulance Truck 1933 is a timeless classic among emergency vehicles. This vehicle has a long, box-like structure with two doors and a large open cargo area behind it. This truck features a utilitarian black and white color scheme, highlighted by thoughtful red accents that offer a sense of urgency and distinctiveness. Its distinctly tall hood and square-shaped headlights are unmistakable and unmistakably 1930s. Under the hood lies a sturdy 6 cylinder, 4.2 liter gasoline engine with a nominal output of 35 hp. This reliable motor is capable of a maximum speed of up to 71 mph, allowing it to reach destinations quickly and safely. It puts power to the ground with a 4-speed manual transmission and 10-leaf spring solid rear axle. Inside, the ambulance has a surprisingly basic layout despite its complexity. Exterior wooden panels line the spacious interior, while minimal details offer a refined yet homely charm. The lack of luxury options like carpet makes it obvious this vehicle was designed to provide medical care. The ZIS 5 Ambulance Truck 1933 has become an iconic symbol for emergency response due to its reliability and dependable performance. This vehicle is a prime example of a timeless machine that will never go out of style.
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