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The following provides photos of 208, the first MICA vehicle used in Melbourne.

MICA Vehicle 208 was a converted Dodge AT4 Clinic Car converted for the MICA
trial in 1971. Following the successful trial, it remained in Service until
 1974 when it was replaced by a purpose built Ford F100

The next two MICA Units introduced into Melbourne were based at Footscray
and the Alfred using converted Dodge D5N Clinic vehicles

   
   

         

Original 1971 Trial MICA Unit 208
based on a Dodge AT-4 chassis

Original 1971 Trial MICA Unit 208
based on a Dodge AT-4 chassis

   

Inside 208 with AO Wally Ross and a
Medical Registrar during the trial period in 1971

   
   

Inside 208

Inside 208

   
   

Original Drug Kit

 
 

Inside 208

Inside 208

 

 

The first Defibrillator used on the Trial Unit, a Teletronic DF4.
Due to weight, the patient had to be brought to the Defibrillator

 

 
 

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Updated
19 March 2017