I’ve always wanted a hearse. They’re beautiful, unique, and versatile vehicles. They’re made to order, so no two are alike.
My favorite thing about the mid 60’s Superior made coaches, is the roof line. It gives them such a sexy silhouette.
My car was in driving condition with a basic small block Chevy . I drove it for a few years while gathering parts to make it a big tire ProStreet. In 2003 it was sent off to Kens Kustom Chassis in Reading Pa to get its big tire transformation.
My friend and owner of Dutchman Customs, Bill Ade, has been part of how I got involved with cares and just finished a 3 year build on a very rare 1956 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Combination coach.
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.
A hearse as my personal vehicle was on my bucket list, and my son made it happen for me.
Sadie was his pride and joy, besides his kids, so we would always tell people that she was his wife and I was his mistress.
This post is to share the feature build on the Facebook group – Lean on Me. This is a group that chooses several projects and votes at the beginning of each month to see who will get featured for 30 days to raise money, through a Go Fund […]
Our goal is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with no compromise or shortcuts both on and off the racetrack. To take the Word to wherever God would have us go. The race is hard, but the checkered flag is wonderful!
I urge you to make your decision now, for, you have been shown the truth and have no excuse. Choose this day, who will you serve?
It’s like a sickness you could say. Any one who has seen the movie “Christine” will have an idea of my mind set when I laid my eyes on my 56 Cadillac.