Sure that may look like your ordinary, every day 1992 ambulance, but look closely and you’ll see a Redskins flag and helmet decal on this rig, which means this isn’t an ambulance per se, but rather a tricked out emergency services vehicle known affectionately as the ‘Fan-bulance.”
How apropos that a couple of Washington fans are using a modified ambulance for tailgating, seeing that under Dan Snyder’s direction, the team’s play and questionable off-season moves have been making their fans ill for years.
The “Fan-bulance” is the creation of Skins fans Brian Korody, Dan Moxley, and Jeff Curtis, who after stumbling upon the old ambulance on the side of the road one day, bought and converted it to the ultimate tailgating vehicle for Redskins games. Of course, they had to get rid of the stink of certain bodily fluids and other assorted odors that come from a vehicle used at one time to transport sick and injured people.
From My Fox DC…
“When we bought this it was all white with blue floors that smelled like medical waste,” says Korody.
As for the people who once rode in the back of that ambulance, they, “don’t like to think about that.”
That’s probably for the best. Nothing kills a good time quicker than thinking about the number of heart attack victims that might have ridden in the back of your “Fan-bulance” while you’re sucking down PBRs and eating chili-cheese dogs and beef nachos.