: For the Hearse fans: Kargoyle!

06-09-05, 01:56 PM


06-09-05, 02:13 PM
I've gotta say I'm speechless.... wondering what it would cost to chop the top on my '68 CDV now.

06-09-05, 02:59 PM
That will get you to the cemetery in a hurry!

06-09-05, 03:19 PM
Id die for a ride in that. kind of Ironic huh?

Barry Clark
06-09-05, 03:42 PM
You know, I had been considering having the top chopped on my Brougham, but was a little concerned about how it would look. That is seriously sweet.

Barry Clark
06-09-05, 03:43 PM
I've gotta say I'm speechless.... wondering what it would cost to chop the top on my '68 CDV now.Not cheap. Even if you have the chopping done for free, you would have to have the trim and glass redone. Not to mention the vynil top and paint.

06-09-05, 04:31 PM
That looks pretty sick. I never planned on chop topping the Fleetwood, but the big blower on top could be fun. :)

The Ape Man
06-09-05, 11:27 PM
That ride is seriously baaaad!
Nice work!

Here is a pic of a freind's hearse:


This thing has been used to haul heavy radio parts all over the Northeastern US. Has a 1950's shortwave ham station inside which gets out hundreds of miles.

06-10-05, 04:22 AM
I like the blower. I hate the chopped top and the exhaust. Overall a thumbs down, cause it's probably some little mouse or rat sitting under that supercharger instead of a real Cadillac engine.

06-10-05, 05:47 AM
I love it. I simply love it.

Joe Sanders
06-12-05, 03:41 AM
The believe that is the hearse Motley Crue used (on December 6, 2004) to arrive at the Palladium (Hollywood, CA) to hold hold a press conference announcing they had reunited and would be touring in 2005. The fire marshal would not approve landing a helicopter in the parking lot, so they arrived by hearse instead.