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March 28, 2013 in General Discussion
A nice grouping of a Packard and Cadillac along with a Chevy panel van.
I wasn't sure Matt's pictured hearse was a Model T as a few things like the grille didn't look right. Here's one with the standard T grille
Here's another with uncarved wood.
This is from the Professional Car Society's site. Owned by Mike Reifer, as told by Cary Livingston, who owns that gray Model T hearse above.
Another Studebaker, this one a 35
Might as well copy the dash while we're at it
I came across these two quite classy looking last rides on the "Just a Car Guy" blog. Their moderate gothic ornamentation makes them relatively tasteful.
Just a Car Guy: gothic hearses
A 1956 Hess & Eisenhardt posing in front of the factory.
1950 Pontiac hearse.
1952 Pontiac by National.
1932 Packard hearse in MA.
A vintage horse drawn coach waiting for it's passenger.
A mid 50's Mercedes 300 series based hearse.
Early 20's Buick.
One of Dave's (XP-300) submissions from his Delivery Trucks thread. I wonder if he realized he had a hearse among your Hudson submissions.
Not necessarily a hearse. Might have been a "service car" used to transport tents and other paraphenalia to the burial site. Sometimes fairly plain cars were also used as "first call" vehicles to retrieve the recently deceased from the home. Fewer neighbors peeking thru the curtains that way.
A coach body being lowered on a '54 Cadillac commercial chassis for completion at the Superior factory.
1959 Superior Cadillac.
1960 Eureka Cadillac.
A rare 1932 Pierce-Arrow Model 54 Superior Funeral Coach.
1934 Sayers & Scoville Olympian.
1916 Pierce-Arrow Model 48-B Hearse
Hearses parked along a Seattle street.
1920's Sayers & Scoville ambulance and hearse
1957 Miller Meteor Cadillac.
Another 1957 Miller Meteor Cadillac.
Another 1957 Miller Meteor Cadillac "Woody".
Yet another 1956 Cadillac.
1952 Cadillac flower car.
That's definitely a whole slew of hearses (Seattle slew)
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