So a loved one has sadly passed away, but their last wish was to make people slime at their funeral. I’m not sure if you can hire a clown at your local funeral directors, but you might be able to hire one of these weird and wonderful hearses (or maybe a weird or unusual coffins). If one of these doesn’t put a smile on peoples face I don’t think anything will…
If the deceased was someone from a military background (or just a person who loved tanks) maybe this one will be the right choice. All I know for sure is that I wouldn’t want to be the pallbearer walking in front of this!
Monster Truck Hearse
As a little boy, I remember being quite obsessed with monster trucks and I am sure many others enjoy them as well. But I do have to wonder how on earth they get the coffin in the back and what crazy fool is going to walk in front of it! (hopefully, it will be someone quite small so they can fit under it).
Motorcycle and Side-Car Hearse
Motorcycle and side-cars are not something you often see on the roads these days, but for those who remember them or indeed once owned one you can always arrive in the afterlife in this. This might be a sick thing to say but I would like to ride in it alive!
Volkswagen T1 Hearse
If you just so happen to be an avid camper or maybe a fan of the original VW campervan you can always be taken to the church in this 1960 Volkswagen T1 Hearse. Its a real collector’s item apparently as only a small handful of them were ever made.
Hot Rod Hearse
If you’re into your hot-rods check out this very stylish 1960’s Cadillac Superior Coachworks Hearse what was nicknamed the ‘Thundertaker’ because of the noise its V8 engine made. It’s a stylish entrance to the afterlife that is for sure.
Was the deceased into fast cars and an even faster lifestyle? Maybe this custom made Ferrari Hearse will be the perfect entrance. It is sure to get you to the afterlife a lot quicker than one of those boring horse-drawn ones!
While it would have been cooler to see the modern Batman cars turned into a custom made hearse, you might have to make do with this classic 70’s Batman one which still looks amazing and perfect for someone who enjoyed their Dark Crusader.
Custom Hot Rod Hearse
This very modern styled Hot-Rod can get you to your funeral service in less time than it takes to dry the eyes of the persons loved ones. I hope it doesn’t lift up as the coffin might well fall out the back of it!
Funeral cars don’t get much more stylish than this custom made Maserati G3.0 Hearse. It’s nearly 22 feet long and there isn’t just one of them, there are hundreds all made by a company called Ellena. I really like this look of this, just imagine how much shopping you could get into the back of it if you turned into a family car!
Looking for a funeral car that isn’t going to damage the environment? Maybe this $200,000 custom made Tesla Model S Hearse is the one for you. I’m pretty sure a coffin in the back will affect the acceleration of the original car, but it will be a quite arrival that is for sure.