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1963 Cadillac Superior Crown Endloader

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:05 AM

Hello everyone. I have my 1963 Cadillac Superior Crown Hearse Endloader w/Suicide doors for sale. The Hearse currently has a '91 Chevy TBI 5.0, with serpentine belt system, electric fan, Camaro radiator and 700R4 trans, new brakes (master, booster, brake cylinders, and shoes), rear tires, fuel system, headers, dual 2.5 inch crossover exhaust, custom driveline and new windshield. The original fuel tank was replaced and retrofitted with a Camaro fuel injection tank, and is plumbed to the original fuel inlet. The TBI computer resides behind the glove compartment. I have yet to see the engine throw a code since i installed it. The speedometer and windshield wiper motor do not work (minor repairs). The heater core is by passed (Hey, it's Las Vegas, who needs a heater!). The Dashlights, tail lights, brake lights, and park lights all work. Body is pretty damn straight, with no major rust issues at all. Floorboards are great! The sections that were bad behind the bench seat have been repaired already. Othetr than that, they seem to be rock solid. It currently has a faux flat black "Hot Rod Black" patina paint and natural patina surface rust. IF you pop the hub caps off and it's an instant Rat Rod!

The car runs really great! It's not a burnout king by any means, but it cruises down the freeway just fine. Since the drivetrain is modern, buying parts for it is a snap.

The car was built to look really creepy, and unrestored, and that's exactly how it looks. All the flat glass in the doors are cracked, but they are super easy to replace. I left them cracked for visual effect. If you're looking for a '63 Cadillac Hearse to restore, this is a great car to start with. It's solid and not rusted out. The interior needs a little attention. The rear carpet, and the the door panels need to be recovered. Both are really easy to do. I left the interior pretty much the way it was when I got it, because I myself love it looking creepy.... It freaks people out!

It would be an easy project to repaint, and completely restore if you decided to go that direction with it. If I get my asking price, I'll include the real vintage wood coffin. I also have all of the curtain rods, funeral home name plate holders and some misc parts for it.

This car would be perfect for a commercial Haunted House, movies, or photo shoots. I not only drove it, but used as a rental prop. I rented it out during the Halloween season to various organizations at $250.00 per day, or $50.00 per hour. It's not often you actually get paid to park a car in valet!

This car gets attention no matter where it goes. It was recently in the Las Vegas Halloween Parade... Dash is signed by Jim Winburn, the actor who played Michael Myers in the 1978 movie Halloween!

I'm asking $8000.00 cash. Please...Serious inquiries only...

Photos of it are available here: https://www.facebook...=1&l=9dc838d89c

Video of it is available here: http://youtu.be/Uu195wuvDik

The car is located in Las Vegas, Nv.
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Posted 25 November 2011 - 01:25 AM

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