E63 Ambulance.

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  1. RenAzuma66

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    Change my mind.
     
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  3. RenAzuma66

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    Why the hell not!?!
     
  4. rottenfitzy

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    Hospitals aren’t gonna pay 120k+ for an impractical ambulance.
     
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    donate them.
     
  6. Ytrewq

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    Well, if you take a basic spec E-Class and just put an E63 drivetrain in, it might even work.
     
  7. RenAzuma66

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    yes!
    I think even a E45 drivetrain would work
    350 hp in a ambulance
     
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    This I can see happening, since the E43’s drivetrain is, in all fairness, a hotted-up E400.
     
  9. RenAzuma66

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    would you prefer a 380 hp 3 liter v6 or a 375 hp 2 liter 4 cylinder turbo?
     
  10. rottenfitzy

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    Depends. For what?
     
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    An ambulance or a police car.




























    Or a fire rescue car because why not
     
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    There's also the matter of running costs, and maintenance. Worst scenario to happen if something breaks, it's going to be alot more expensive than it is on what's currently being used.
     
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    V6, although a better choice for that level of power would be a V8. Easier to drive, better throttle response, cheaper to maintain.
     
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    Yeah. Not necessarily a V8 but a smaller V6 or a 4 banger.
     
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