My initial reason for becoming involved in the funeral service was the hearses. I have always loved these vehicles from the horse-drawn through to the modern coaches of today. The company currently owns a 1986 Cadillac S&S Victoria, a 1947 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith hearse, a 1926 Chrysler Mahogany Box Hearse, and a horse-drawn coach that I constructed, styled after a 1890's style coach. April 1997, I purchased a 1972 Cadillac-Superior Combination Coach as a restoration project (shown below at a car show) which has recently been sold as well as a 1985 Buick S&S Victoria. Formerly, I owned a 1972 Cadillac Miller-Meteor electric three-way coach and a 1977 Cadillac Superior Landau Rear loader.
1926 Chrysler Hearse that is under restoration
An extensive ground up restoration has just begun to bring this hand carved Mahogany beauty back to its original glory! Her life story will be posted soon.
Also our 1947 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Hearse
directly from England with only 18,500 miles on it! It is IN SERVICE!
1992 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon
Some of my former hearses
1972 Cadillac Superior Ambulance Hearse Combination
Now in California picking up "Dead" computers. A special thanks to Aaron Evans for saving it from the salvage yard. Also, starred in part 3 of Tarpaulin, a short film by director Jared Trimble, '66 Fury Films.
Some of our former cars. 1977 Cadillac Superior Landau and 1986 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon. The Casket Go-Cart is being transformed into a real car and my kids have an electric version all their own.
My first hearse, a 1972 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Electric 3-way coach.
1984 El Camino Flower Car
1985 Buick Armbruster-Stageway 6-door Limousine - recently sold