This 1969 Chevrolet C10 Suburban, initially transformed into an ambulance by Miller-Meteor of Piqua, Ohio, embarked on its service journey in Hugo, Colorado. Acquired by the current owner in 2016, it underwent significant modifications, including the installation of a robust 6.0-liter L76 V8 engine, a 6L80E six-speed automatic transmission, an advanced air-ride suspension, RideTech HQ adjustable shocks, power steering, a JVC Bluetooth stereo, and Dakota Digital cruise control. Dubbed the “Slambulance,” this vehicle has been meticulously refinished in a striking red and white color scheme, featuring a raised rear roof, reupholstered front bench in red vinyl, Billet Specialties 20″ Smoothies wheels, power-assisted front disc brakes, emergency lighting, a gurney, and a CB radio. This unique Suburban is now available with touch-up paint, service records, and a clean Michigan title under the seller’s trust.

The truck underwent a repaint in white in 2017, with red accents added, followed by a clear-coat finish. It boasts a raised roof, dual side mirrors, chrome bumpers, front and rear emergency lights, and a roof-mounted beacon. A dent in the lower front quarter panel was previously mended, and door dings were addressed before the repaint. Noteworthy are the paint chips present.

Billet Specialties 20″ Smoothies, finished in semi-gloss black with polished lips and hubcaps, are mounted over converted five-lug hubs. The vehicle is equipped with Continental tires all around, and braking is handled by power-assisted front discs and rear drums, with the front discs sourced from a third-generation C/K and the master cylinder from a Corvette. A modern-ratio power steering unit was incorporated during the build.

The bench seat showcases red vinyl and replacement cloth upholstery, complemented by color-coordinated lap belts and door panels. A partially installed VintageAir HVAC system is included, with the dashboard hosting controls for the exterior lighting and a disconnected PA system. Additional HVAC system components are included in the sale.

Instrumentation includes a 100-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges for fuel level, voltage, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer displays 33k miles, with approximately 9k miles added under current ownership. Enhancements include Dakota Digital cruise control and a GPS adapter for the speedometer. The seller notes play in the shifter arm during acceleration, and the steering wheel exhibits cracks.

The ambulance’s rear features a gurney, storage cabinets, a concealed JVC Bluetooth stereo, IV hangers, and a side bench with a brick-style lower appliqué and a red vinyl cover that is torn and peeling.

In 2019, the 6.0-liter L76 V8 engine and the 6L80E six-speed automatic transmission were installed. Notable issues include leaks from the power steering gear and oil pan gasket. The vehicle features a dual exhaust system, Billet Specialties valve covers, and a custom air intake.

The frame has been C-notched with a McGaughys kit to accommodate the lowered ride height, achieved with RideTech HQ-series adjustable shocks, 2.5″ drop spindles, and an air-ride setup comprising Firestone airbags, an Air Lift Performance air tank, and a VIAIR 200-psi compressor. Additionally, a Panhard bar was installed.