Sorry for seriously lacking on content. My job situation turned on me so money funds are pretty much non existent, my arm being injured limits my abilities, and I’m kind of stuck as I am having problems locating a block to switch out my 429 motor for the hearse. The heads have been rebuilt, new gasket kit and no compression, the rest of the motor is rough so I have hit a wall.
tverr25 asked: Just realized I follow you on Instagram as well.. Love your hearse! Wish I had an older one.. But my 81 will do for now haha. Can't wait to see yours done! Good luck!
Wünderbar! We’re friends online in the places that matter. Haha And thank you! I would like an older one, aswell… But exactly… she will do for now! I’m really stoked for her to come together, as well. Thank you. ^__^
xbdielinthemiddle asked: I Assume that THAT BEAUTIFUL CAR is yours! Damn ! that's just awesome! (I'm kinda thinking about buying one too but I got too few money for that) Let me say it one more time It's Just Perfect!
Thanks so much for all of the love. That’s awesome to hear, you should definitely get one, someday! Ah, it took me a while to save up for mine so I feel you there about the cash. It’s worth the wait and the money to save up and get a really rad one down the road.
Owning a hearse was a life long dream of mine, too. My dream car is a 1959 Cadillac Crown Superior, so scoring one 5 years off isn’t too shabby! :) Thanks for the thought of assisting! Luckily, I have my club to help me out a bit, but it’s really rewarding working on her myself. She is a little beat up, but I couldn’t love her more. Thank you so much!
turnerbudds-carblog asked: HI there. I found your blog when I saw you liked my post about the Packard Landau Hearse. This is a very cool blog and it's been fun reading through your progress. I'll admit that I'm not a big hearse guy but I do have one story. When I was young, before I could drive, my older brother joined his first garage band. The name was Plastic Funeral (this was the early 70s so back then the name was cool). One of the guys had bought a hearse and that's how they carried their gear. Great blog. I love it
Ah, that Packard is beautiful whether or not you consider the use, just classic beauty, right there.
Thanks for the story, that’s awesome(I like the name.) I love hearing stuff like that! It makes sense that people use them for band gear… I love seeing older pictures of bands or surfers using them. That space has plenty of uses if you can get past the original purpose. :)
Thank you so much for stopping by and for the kinds words! I absolutely love your blog, too!
b-u-tandbrains asked: Love the blog man!
Thank you ever so much!!! :)