I wonder if these guys worked on any of the Model T Ambulances back then?
I doubt it, it looks like they are armorers to me, judging by the rack of Springfield 03 rifles. Each ambulance company or section had their own mechanics, they would take an engine to a shop to be bored, or pistons to be reworked, but from everything I have read, the company mechanics did all the actual work on the ambulances along with the drivers, often times in the ditch beside the road.
fwd mod b trucks, I have one of these. charley
ok, I've got some time now. these were the best trucks the army could buy at the time. they used the Wisconsin type a motor as did Stutz bearcat. the motor had insert bearings, roller tappet cam, and was a t head. after that any thing that moved was on Timken, ball,or needle bearings .I don't have an ord body ,many were used. I have the seat& top also all the lights and the motor .there are some trucks out there that have no motor, they go for Imation Stutz's. that's. .that's it. charley