The 3,5L V8 is a very thirsty engine. This in combination with the weight and the aerodynamics of the ambulance makes it very expensive to drive the beast around in Europe. In Holland LPG is everywhere available and cheap so I did a lpg conversion. The 110 L tank was placed at the right side of the vehicle, on top of the petrol tank.
The blue thing on the right is a switch to cut off the petrol when using lpg.
Here you can see the lpg pipe and the venturies between the air intake and the carburetors.
This is the vaporizer. It is placed at the right side of the engine, behind the seat.
The connection to the cooling system.
The filling pipe.
The switch to change from lpg to petrol and indicator of the lpg level.