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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-04-02, 05:34 AM Thread Starter
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buying a hearse?

Im looking to buy a hease ( i think i spelt it right) as there generally well looked after driven nice and slow, big and roomy
and always are in black (saw a silver on once). Wondering any tips from anyone and how they aquired them and or "hotted them up". After seeing a friends DA LTD ex-hearse with his skull gera knob and very "morbid" interior and exterior it should be as much fun on the town as Dracula has on a raid to the blood bank.
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when you do that, give me a call! hehe
you need an old hearse though. if you can't find a ford one, go for a caddy or something. that would be so sweet! :)

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Don't know about that one man. I reckon it'd be bloody creepy driving a hearse around

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i have always wanted to do hearse. black,very low. big billet wheels, 6`s on the front 10`s on the back, tunnel rammed clevo, two holleys poking their ugly heads through the bonnet. two 3" dumps just after the diff to shake the interior apart. make a cool summernats cruiser i reckon.

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A bloke who lives around the corner from me is an undertaker and he drives around in this hotted up hearse. This thing is a beast. Looks like a 40's Ford or something. The front is lowered so it has a really aggressive stance. Big twin pipes out the back and a skull protruding through the bonnet. Its definitely a V8 and it sounds like it could do some damage too.

I'll see if I can get a snap of it next time I see it.

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post #8 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-05-02, 08:10 AM
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I knew someone who had a ride in a nice shiny pearl white one kinda goldy in the sun.. sorry.. RIP mate Respetcha!!!

Yeh i couldnt drive it.. anyways

but it was his last ride n it was classy to say the least... umm where em i going with this..

oh yeh it was 1998 LTD front V8 mostly stock but ive wanted a herse ever since to do it up... but still couldnt drive it!!

i reckon doin up one like what the queen mother went in.. what was it a Jag??? huuuge space hehehe

what about doin up the Pope mobile
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