Here goes gallery nineteen. Next Back.
|This flammed 1970 Superior was sent in by Domenic Bartolini.|
|Just imagine seeing this bearing down on you through your rear view mirror.|
|For those of the flame paint job persuasion, eat your heart out.|
This arrived from Ian & Lee Marr in New Zealand with the following message:
Dear Phantom Coaches....
Please accept on our behalf, a piccy of our beloved Elvira (60 M&M 3 Way) which apparently used to be in your club see Robert Van Doren for details
Hope you love her as much as we do
Ian & Lee Marr
Dead Sleds NZ.
|Dig the cute license plate.|
This arrived from Stacy ``Big Daddy'' Daugherty with the following message:
Attached is a picture of my new baby. I bought him Monday, March 8th. He is a '75 Superior Endloader direct from funeral service. he has new tires, new paint, new exhaust and only 62,000 miles. Other than a tiny rust spot on one fender skirt, he's perfect. I got him for (are you ready?) $2,000. I've named him "The Count".
This arrived from Patrick (PSYCHO) Atkins with the following message:
This is my 71 M&M (THE BEAST) I bought 3 years ago for 500 bucks. after a lot of work and sweat it is road worthey. This picture was taken at a holloween at a hunted house in Dover DE were im stationed in the air force. Im about to drive it to florida were im going to be living. It still a work in progress converting to a hot rod with all the origional equipment in the back (the power tray still works).
|These pictures of a white 1968 M&M arrived from Ken of Bullhead, Arizona.|
|John Valenti of the Horizontal Limousine Club from Australia sent us this and the next two. This is a 1959 Australian Ford Fairlane hearse.|
|Another view of the 1959 Australian Ford Fairlane hearse.|