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Old 08-27-2014, 06:11 PM
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I hope this link will work, I have never seen anything like these vehicles. Deleite gótico: the beauty of Spanish funeral coaches | Hemmings Daily

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Old 08-27-2014, 06:28 PM
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. In America around here there is a hearse for when a member of a motorcycle club passes away:


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Old 08-27-2014, 07:33 PM
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Neat link.

There were Model T Funeral Coaches... seems like back then they did everything with more style. Some of the horse drawn funeral coaches were very ornate too.

1917 Model T William carriage
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. In America around here there is a hearse for when a member of a motorcycle club passes away:


We have a guy here that does the same thing..
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A friend of mine, Finley McGinnis, had quite a nice car collection until his death. This 1939 LaSalle hearse was one of them, I always thought it was a beautiful car. 1939 Eureka LaSalle Carved Panel 3-Way Hearse

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i see this vehicle every year at the hines park cruise
this was resurrected by a group of retired wayne county (detroit) firefighters to carry firefighters

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amazing works of art.
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that woodwork is dead on!
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Typically the people who made these Funeral Coaches are the same one who made Circus Wagons. Beautiful workmanship.

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this one sits in the Coker museum in my hometown of Chattanooga,TN. This is a pretty neat car with a ton of wood engravings.
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