Halloween Hearse Special!

1974 Cadullac

Halloween is here and I thought I’d find a hearse to write up, but there are so many I can’t choose! So, here are several. There’s probably even one near you!  This tastefully decorated 1974 Cadillac is locate in New Orleans and is listed here on craigslist for $3,500. It even has a built-in BBQ grill that rolls out on the casket rollers!

1972 HEARSE Cadillac

Then there’s this 1962 Cadillac Meteor listed here on craigslist and located in the Orlando area for $2,000. It hasn’t been driven for awhile either, but it the engine does run off a gas can.


Here’s a real beauty – a 1948 Ford Siebert Hearse that’s listed here on eBay in Bloomingdale, New Jersey. Bidding is up to $4,400, but reserve has not been met. The owner has done some mechanical work so it runs and drives.

1951 Packard

Finally, we have this 1951 Packard Henney Hearse which is located in Creedmoor, North Carolina and is listed for sale here on craigslist for $1,999. It’s complete but hasn’t been driven since the 1960s.

So, which one would you pick? What would you do with a hearse, never mind what the wife would say? This Hagerty article has some ideas. Happy Halloween!


  1. jimbosidecar

    I’ve been looking for a late 1940s to early 1950s Flower Car as a bike hauler

  2. Eric


    then there is this 1, in Plant City Florida, beautiful car, know the owner……….

  3. Mark S

    I like the the 51 Packard. I’d do a resto mod on it to make it reliable then use it as a road side mechanic service vehicle.

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  4. Charles

    The Packard is cool! I’d also do a resto-mod on it, but make it a cruiser/tow vehicle for an RV or a boat. A GM bigblock truck engine and such. Imagine the gear one could haul in that, and one will never see another one like it in the parking lot.

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  5. Larry Member

    I have a 1929 Ford Model A Hearse with a period correct casket for sale if anyone is interested

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