- McCoy Miller started manufacturing ambulances and light rescue vehicles in 1974 when its owners, Dick McCoy and Lester Miller ventured into the ambulance industry.
- In November 1998, Morganthaler Ventures purchased McCoy Miller.
- On May 27, 2005, the assets of McCoy Miller were bought by Chris Graff. Under Chris Graff, the SJC Industries name was established.
- In March of 2010, Thor Industries, the world’s largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles and major builder of commercial buses, purchased SJC Industries from Chris Graff. Thor felt the ambulance business was a natural fit with their bus and RV businesses. Their intent was for SJC to continue in their independent operation, similar in the manner as the recreation vehicle and bus companies.
- In May of 2013, McCoy Miller was purchased and is now a brand under ASV. It’s new location is in Winter Park, Florida. Although McCoy Miller has had different owners, the underlying focus has remained the same: quality vehicles at an affordable price.
- Excellent fuel economy
- Excellent maneuverability
- Wide doors for ease of patient loading and unloading
- 144” Wheel Base and 8,550# GVWR
- Minimum 75” of headroom
Medic 142 – Type I Ambulance
Guardian – Type II Ambulance
Medic 142 – Type III
Medic 163 & 170 – Type III Ambulance