posted by nifticus
Looks like some redneck was a fan of 6 feet under
I wouldn’t be caught dead behind the wheel of that beast….
I love it.
This might have been worthy of the first Hot Wheels set from ’68. Only with red line tires, some forward rake, and vintage Cragar wheels. A nice complement to the Eldorado.
I’d be listening to Rob Zombie. 🙂
Holy hell, you’re right. This thing deserves a starring role in a rob zombie movie.
I have to take issue with that video. Although he references the Drag-u-la, he’s clearly behind the wheel of the Munster Koach. An annoying visual distraction, akin to cars changing model years mid chase scene, or engine noises not synchronous with vehicle/transmission type, velocity etc.
This is entertaining, however:
“Hey Jim Bob?”
“Yeah John Boy?”
“I just got word from cousin Annie May Frank that cousin Mary Lou Jim died. How’s the road going up to the Walton family cemetery?
“Don’t even worry about it. My freind has a jacked up 4×4 hearse. We’ll get cousin Mary Lou Jim up there real slick.”
“Good night Jim Bob.”
“Good night John Boy.”
Clearly aimed at those who spent most of their lives high and want to go out the same way.
The stereo in that thing is loud enough to raise the dead.
That vibrant green paint looks like a stock GM color from about 1975.
Needs some forward rake and a supercharger sticking out of the hood
Call it the “Hurst Hearse”
That shade of green is to die for
This is the perfect car for the evening commute home from work when you are dead on your feet.
However with those shocks on it, there might be too much of a stiff ride to it.
As previously mentioned needs a blower sticking out the hood, as well as headers coming out the fenders, and side pipes. I think a nitrous tank in a casket would be a nice touch.
Here’s a video of the car
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