Tiger fans take tricked-out ambulance to games


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From TheTandTD.com:

"It just makes for interesting tailgating," says owner Tripp Wingard. "You get random people come up, and people just want to talk."
From bumper to bumper, there's plenty to talk about. It's the Clemson orange ambulance, and it's coming to a stadium near you.

From top to bottom, the former medical vehicle reflects Wingard's and his wife Suzanne's love for their alma mater. The seat belts - orange. The seat covers - tiger skin. The remote control for the flat-screen TV - orange.

"Everything Clemson," Tripp said. "Me, my brother, Suzanne did some."

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