Coming back

So, we have been out of it for about 11 months, with a small amount of posts and articles.

We are back, this time, I think for good. We have some things in the works to ensure that we can keep on going without another stop and look forward to bringing you more stories.

I first want to apologize to anyone who gave me information to publish and never saw it published. I am very sorry. I have looked back and I just cannot seem to compile a story for anyone, all of my data seems to be gone, or partial.

I was extremely busy with a new job that just didn’t allow me any spare time to write these stories. I got further and further behind, until I just lost site of what I was doing and became completely overwhelmed.

No longer am I in that job, or overwhelmed. I have begun to gear up production of the stories and some new things to ensure that they keep coming.

Let’s start this new year off right, let’s start telling the stories again and get some new material.

So, I am looking for any and all car owners. Tell me your story, let me write it down so others can enjoy your project/car/truck/bike and give encouragement to those who may be stuck, or thinking that they just can’t do it.

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2017 – A Year in Review

Well, another year has gone by and we have had some milestones happen. This has been a good year for us, so, in an effort to recap what has been happening, let’s look back at last years review. (Make sure to scroll down and check out all of the articles. Also, write a comment on your favorite article, or articles.)


You can click here to see last years review.

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As for this year, well, let’s just say it started a little slow. January through April, we had a total of 1,019 views to our site. Four months and we barely had any viewership, which made me wonder if this was at all worth it.

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1990 Chevrolet Custom Caprice Hearse – Eureka End-Loader


Generally, when we think of a Hearse, we think Cadillac or Lincoln, right? Well, what about a Chevy Caprice?

Here is the story of a Caprice Hearse and its trip from South Carolina to Southern California.


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What type of vehicle?

18447448_10154745726158031_1995452416580340346_n1990 Chevrolet Custom Caprice Hearse – Eureka End-Loader

Info about the vehicle prior to starting it.

This Black Beauty Is Originally From South Carolina And Was Bought 12 Years Ago As A Newly Out-Of-Service Hearse.

It was shipped to my home on an open transport trailer – the driver had some issues!

The driver told me he was kicked out of parking lots at various restaurants along the way as people didn’t want any part of it of the hearse.

Its Been Haunting Southern California Ever Since.1044913_10201479674656792_1597813874_n

All In All, This Is A Superb Ride And Will Be A Thrill For Any Owner… Living Or Dead!
It’s a gorgeous car, and it should be, after an investment of $15,000 over the years.  It turns heads wherever I go, men think it’s cool, but their wives are horrified. Sounding like a hot rod, the hearse is fast as one and it passes everything up but a gas station. I put the ‘fun’ into funeral.

I am the weirdo 11 months of the year and the cool person during the month of October,” Aguilar said of her car. “I was never afraid to stand out; I was always afraid to be the same as everyone else. Diversity has its strengths.

What have you done to it so far?

hearse pics 027The Interior Was Gutted And Transformed Into A Custom “Gothic Wagon/Limo” That Seats 7 Easily. Its Been Antennae Frenched With A Coffin-Like Design

Two Sets Of Black Leather Lincoln Navigator Seats, With The 3rd Custom Built

Door Panels Are Black Leather And The Rest Of The Interior And Headliner In Crushed Blue Velour

All New Carpet And All Seats Secured With Reinforced Steel And New Seatbelts

New Linez Top Applied And A Matt-Finish Paint Job.

Totally Rust Free And As Solid As A Granite Headstone!

Custom Bumpers Tweeked 3″ Aside With Rear Cutouts For The Custom Exhausthearse pics 013

1000’s Of Dollars Of Custom Billet Items Including: Steering Wheel, Front Grill w/Skull Insert, Window Cranks, Rear-View Mirror, Brake And Gas Pedals, Cig Lighter And All Dash Buttons. And Of Course, The Custom DeathHead Hood Ornament

New Brake Pads, Shocks, Rocker Arms, Ball Joints, Resurfaced Rotors, And Recently Aligned

New Low Profile Tires On Custom 20″ Chrome

AM/FM Eclipse CD Player, Front/Rear 5 1/4″ Compact Speakers With Flame-Shaped Grills,

Twin 12″ Sub-Woofers With Custom Built Floorboard Box

Cathedral Like Interior Makes For Outstanding Acoustics, With Enough Power To Wake The Dead!

350 Cu. In. engine Is Original to The Car And Moves Like A Bat Outta Hell !!

 


 

 

 

 

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