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  1. RWD DeVille/Fleetwood, Brougham 19xx-1996
    Hello, everyone. Owner of a 1991 Cadillac Brougham Hearse here. I live in Southern California near LA and have been having the hardest of difficulties fixing my car. Whenever I put the vehicle into Park, the engine dies after a minute or two. Multiple mechanics have said they don't have the...
  2. RWD DeVille/Fleetwood, Brougham 19xx-1996
    Hello, Newbie here, I did search the page before posting but seemed to strike out. Or just didn't look in the right spot so I apologize if discussed before. I have an LS swapped 88 brougham Miller Meteor hearse. Engine is out of an 02 Vette. 4L60E, stock nothing crazy. But just ordered a cam...
  3. FWD DeVille 1985-2005, Fleetwood, and 60 Special
    So here I am I’ve stalked these posts every since I got this car. So what I’m dealing with is a 2002 Cadillac Deville funeral coach I got it in the funeral home I got it from said that he had the oil changed and then less then 3 days later he was doing a funeral when all of a sudden it...
  4. RWD DeVille/Fleetwood, Brougham 19xx-1996
    Hi all, I just got my first Cadillac Fleetwood Commercial Hearse, and the tape deck is shot. I was hoping to add a dual din radio with a backup camera for the joys of parking this behemoth. I have found that the radio bypass is necessary as the factory radio has a black 4pin and a blue 9 pin...
  5. Gothic Cadillac Hearse

    Submitted for your approval is this 1939 Cadillac Gothic Carved-Panel Hearse by Sayers & Scovill. No effort was spared on the craftsmanship on this funeral coach.
  6. Gothic Hearse

    The interior from the 1939 Cadillac Carved-Panel Hearse by Sayers & Scovill. You won't find craftsmanship like this in today's funeral coaches.
  7. Oldest Surviving Cadillac Hearse

    This 1916 Cadillac, by A. Giessel and Sons, is the oldest Cadillac hearse known to exist. 1916 was only Cadillac's second year using their new V-8 engine. The rare hand-carved coach featured large center drapery panels that could be easily removed to reveal large beveled glass windows. This option a
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