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|Eve Le Crosse is making her way to the strip in her 1968 M&M 3-way.|
|Kri Kendal in her 1965 limo and Alderic Massé in his 1966 M&M 3-way are also making their way to the strip.|
|Mark Villarino is gearing up for position in his 1968 M&M end-loader.|
|Here goes Ronnie's 1959 Superior side-loader and Rock's Pontiac in the back ground.|
This was sent in by John A. Lucier with the following message:
Okay, all- I was referred to this website by a sweet girl in San Diego named "Dolly"- I recently acquired, freshly snatched from the jaws of the crusher, a 1965 Caddy Hearse that had been converted in the late seventies/early eighties into a limousine titled "club dead".. To Start, as a Corvette owner, I know purists may cringe- keep in mind that since buying it in July, I've been tearing gaudy add-ons off, and fixing it up- the "convertor" was a local radio clown named "captain sticky".. the roof was cut out, a large casket shaped buildup added, and topped with a giant tinted plexi dome- a split level dance floor and mucho neon, inside and out, all works- after hundreds of hours of my own labor, (I compete in IASCA sanctioned Caraudio Competition in the 'Vette- Expert Unlimited..) the car is registered, insured, and fully legal. I'll send a couple of pix- let me know if you have any interest in my applying for membership- mainly want to get together with other hearse owners...Here's the first of a couple of attached jpg.'s..also, my corvette is on www.teamrocs.com- installs, then click onto "batvette..." qualified for world finals last year....John A. Lucier..San Diego.
|Is this thing something else or what? Now THIS is a PARTY hearse.|
|This Ford Model A hearse was found by member John Koresko.|
|Everything on this car was original except the tires.|
|Just check out the original green mohair interior.|
|This was a nice 67 Superior side-loader that was for sale many, many months ago.|