Local funeral home buys a 67 Superior hearse that started here

Kevin Lynch

PCS Member
Keowee Funeral Services (Formerly Brown-Oglesby Funeral Home) has purchased a 6DAFA6226-BC06-4A8C-AE7C-3C9E6EF8FD88.jpeg59D6F6F5-1D0C-47A1-A62C-70F4EB5658A1.jpeg5CFED26B-FC18-4C78-AA22-9A62CB5C0328.jpeg887104B1-7D9F-4D57-A3C3-4AC58AA31AB9.jpeg7 Superior Hearse. I was driving by their parking lot last week and saw this pink hearse in bad condition surrounded by people.
I found it was owned by a local home that changed hands in 1993, at which time it was purchased by the Shriners. So it became a clown car. The vinyl was stripped from the roof, but the car is very restorable in and out.
I've been back twice since to share my library collection. Looking forward to helping someone else spend money. The new hearse is a Federal Platinum.
 

Kevin Lynch

PCS Member
I have told many folks a lesson I learned- if your car needs a paint job, it needs a paint job. Even if it needs it "a little,"
it going to cost the same. I look forward to following this restoration. He has two working hearses and a 93 black Caddy that hasn't been used for a while- but it came with the home.
 
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