Cadillac Miller-Meteor

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1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor

6.3-liter V8 | Manual | Ambulance

New York, New York

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speedbrokers are delighted to offer this Ghostbusting car.

Wayne Works purchased Meteor Motor Car Company in Piqua, Ohio in 1954. Meteor built professional cars, such as limousines and ambulances.

In 1956, Wayne acquired A.J. Miller's professional car building company of Bellefontaine, Ohio. The A.J. Miller Company had begun in 1853 by making horse carriages and then started making automobiles in the early part of the 20th century. However, the small company found it could not compete in the general market with the larger automobile makers, so they began specializing in hearses and ambulances. Over the years the Miller hearses became known and used throughout the world. The Miller Co. was combined with Wayne's existing professional car subsidiary, Meteor Motor Car Company, forming the new Miller-Meteor (M-M) division of Wayne.

Professional car manufacturers Miller and Meteor, newly combined as Miller-Meteor, were brought into the fold of Divco-Wayne as the newly formed conglomerate was developing its opportunities in this field. Although the recently combined Miller-Meteor company was initially based at Bellefontaine, Ohio, originally the home of the A.J. Miller Company, under Divco-Wayne ownership, it was later relocated to Piqua, Ohio, Meteor's old hometown nearby.

Ecto-1, the vehicle used by the protagonists in the 1984 film Ghostbusters and its 1989 and 2021 sequels, is a 1959 Cadillac fitted with a Miller-Meteor ambulance body.

Make
Cadillac
Model
Miller-Meteor
Year
1959
Body
Ambulance
Mileage
120,000
Engine
6.3-liter V8
Transmission
Manual
Exterior
White
Interior
Black
Condition
Very Good
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