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Old 07-10-2015, 02:46 PM   #1
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Think about it, they don't have a lot of miles on them, plenty of room in the back to carry your other camping gear and keeps your neighbors at a distance. I used to have a neighbor that sold used hearses. The big fancy funeral homes would get a new hearse and the small funeral home would get the old one with very little wear and mileage.
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Now that's going in style...

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A long, long time ago I had a 1937 Buick Hearse, Lavender!
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Back in the early 60's while growing up in So. Ca., 3 of us went in and bought a used 1956 Cadillac Superior hearse because it was perfect for hauling our surf boards.
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Just goes to prove that people tow with what they own, not what is always best suited for the job.
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You even have extra room for taking grandpa along on the family vacation....
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Well, here to the hereafter is a long long way. Perhaps the deceased feels he might need to stop for the night along the way and thus is bringing his portable resting place with him.
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and they said you couldn't take it with you...
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I'll bet that 472 cubic inch caddy puts out a lot of torque to pull the camper like it isn't there!
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