This hearse worked at Palm Mortuary in Las Vegas, USA where she was named 'Miss Lilly'. She then went to auction after being in storage, and a couple in Western Australia purchased and imported her. They did a rebuild on the gearbox. After almost ten years, she was sold to a gentleman in Victoria. She was used for car shows and did a small amount of funeral duties. This gentleman fully restored the engine and put all new suspension in. We then bought her off this gentleman by flying from Williamtown to Melbourne, meeting at North Geelong, VIC, purchasing her and driving her all the way back to Clarence Town, NSW, without a problem. I recently did the duty of taking my late grandfather for his final ride with Miss Lilly. He did see her a few times and loved her.
Tiny Ghostbusters badge on rear door. New (original looking) headlight assemblies. Just had the bench seat fully rebuilt and reupholstered, white wall inserts.
- 8 cylinder, 7L
- Three speed automatic
- Body Style