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I have a question about custom bodied cars, are they recognized by the CCCA, I have read the list of cars recognized by the CCCA, which does not say anything about custom bodied autos. I have a custom bodied 1927 Peerless hearse the body is belived to be built by A.J. Miller, I have noticed this is not a model in any make is this because they are not considered classics? I have been interested funeral coaches for quite some time now and have quite a few and I guess my question is, are any hearses, ambulances, flower cars exc. that are considered classics? I really appricate anybody that responds to this post, thank you all for your time. Jeremy Lund

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CCCA does recognize custom bodied CARS. Most of the really high end CCCA Full Classic Cars were the products of the great custom coachbuilders.<P>CCCA does not recognize commercial or professional vehicles. The Professional Car Society does a good job with those vehicles.<P>There is a club for every interest.

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You car sure sounds interesting. Can you tell us more about it? We owned a 1927 Peerless several years ago. It's most interesting feture was the wood link fan belt.

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