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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Jul 18 01:14 AM

July 18, 2009: Psychedelic Hearse

Hey, just because you're dead, why should it spoil our fun?

Why shouldn't we have a trippy trip, to the cemetary... or cliff... or rendering plant... or where ever we decide to dump you?



dkmick says;

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The colourful coffin carrier is currently located in Somerset, England and is available for hire as a film or TV prop. If you fancy getting your hands on it long term then itís all yours for a mere £5k.

Now if you did splash the cash and buy it you could go into the funeral business or better still convert it into a passion wagon. The options are endless.
Um, passion wagon? I'm sure the cops wouldn't notice this baby parked on a side street or way in the back of the mall parking lot.

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The psychedelic hearse will be put on eBay in September with a Buy It Now option for £5,000. The sale will include the website name and rights.



birdclaw  Saturday Jul 18 10:11 AM

I think the fact that this is a hearse would seriously take the passion out of it for some people.



lumberjim  Saturday Jul 18 10:17 AM

Be a great way to cart your band's gear around. my dad had a hearse in the 50's. they used to arrive at gigs with one member in a mock coffin, unload, and open the crate.... part of the schtick



Cloud  Saturday Jul 18 10:18 AM

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Originally Posted by birdclaw View Post
I think the fact that this is a hearse would seriously take the passion out of it for some people.
and add to the passion for others. Ew, but--just saying.


Shawnee123  Saturday Jul 18 12:47 PM

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Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
Be a great way to cart your band's gear around. my dad had a hearse in the 50's. they used to arrive at gigs with one member in a mock coffin, unload, and open the crate.... part of the schtick
Your dad was a musician, jim? What kinds of music did they play, I'd love to hear more about the show involving the coffin.


Alluvial  Saturday Jul 18 04:16 PM

Now, that is just darlin'.



Crimson Ghost  Sunday Jul 19 03:06 AM

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Originally Posted by birdclaw View Post
I think the fact that this is a hearse would seriously take the passion out of it for some people.
Some people like to get stiff among the stiffs...


bluecuracao  Sunday Jul 19 12:13 PM

MB and I have been considering buying a hearse, to cart our products to horror, tattoo, etc. conventions.

But that paint job's a little more colorful than what we had in mind...we were thinking maybe some flames here and there, but not much more than that.



dar512  Sunday Jul 19 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
Be a great way to cart your band's gear around. my dad had a hearse in the 50's. they used to arrive at gigs with one member in a mock coffin, unload, and open the crate.... part of the schtick
This explains so much.



j/k jim


Crimson Ghost  Sunday Jul 19 09:10 PM

www.graverides.com



lumberjim  Sunday Jul 19 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
Your dad was a musician, jim? What kinds of music did they play, I'd love to hear more about the show involving the coffin.
he still is. He's mainly into bluegrass at this point...

he gets together with his buddies every tuesday night and jams. all acoustic, mostly a bunch of finger pickers....guitars and banjos.

back in those days, he played the bass for a 50's pop band. big bopper stuff. he was a big buddy holly fan, IIRC.


TheMercenary  Monday Jul 20 10:25 AM

Groovy.



Shawnee123  Monday Jul 20 10:31 AM

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Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
he still is. He's mainly into bluegrass at this point...

he gets together with his buddies every tuesday night and jams. all acoustic, mostly a bunch of finger pickers....guitars and banjos.

back in those days, he played the bass for a 50's pop band. big bopper stuff. he was a big buddy holly fan, IIRC.
That's pretty cool!


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