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Just in time for Halloween...

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Hearses For Sale! (dot-com).  Including this rare beauty: a 1972 Pontiac Bonneville Superior Ambulance/Hearse combination, powered by a 455/2-barrel engine.

http://hearses-for-sale.com/

 

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I can dig it!!!

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When I was in my early 20's, I knew a guy who owned a hearse.  I all seemed to be a bit too morbid for me.

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In high school a kid that was a year older than me slept in a coffin. No kidding! The REAL creepy part was that he closed the lid to sleep. He always claimed he was going to become a mortician. What he actually became was a drug dealing factory worker that finally got caught with some serious weight on his 4th or 5th arrest and caught a 40 or 50 year federal charge. Haven't seen much of old Tom lately. :rolleyes:

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They have some nice cars for sale. Even have a Ghost Busters.

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In high school a kid that was a year older than me slept in a coffin. No kidding! The REAL creepy part was that he closed the lid to sleep. He always claimed he was going to become a mortician. What he actually became was a drug dealing factory worker that finally got caught with some serious weight on his 4th or 5th arrest and caught a 40 or 50 year federal charge. Haven't seen much of old Tom lately. :rolleyes:

You've really got to wonder about the parents...

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You've really got to wonder about the parents...

His dad was the grade school principal. And this was in a town of 1600 people, so you know that everybody in town knew it. As kids we couldn't do ANYTHING without the whole town knowing it.

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