1954 Henny Packard Junior Ambulance Restoration
In 2020 a very generous donor acquired a 1954 Henny Packard Ambulance for the National EMS Museum. In addition to the vehicle, some original equipment was donated to accessorize the ambulance. Unfortunately, when we got the ambulance to our mechanic the news was not as good as we had hoped. The water pump, ignition and some lines are in bad shape and need replacing. Electrical is looking to need a refresh and a good clean and fluid change is a must before we can hear the purr of the engine again.
In order to get the ambulance back on the road (and out to it's first show in November 2021) we need help securing the funding to finish the restoration. If you are a classic car lover will you help us get this unique "work horse" back on the road and helping tell the story of early pre-hospital care in the United States?
Donations of $50 or more will make a huge impact on our project and we'll get the ambulance rolling in no time!