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Motorcycle Hearse

Got sent this in an email.  Pretty cool. 

Tombstone Hearse and Trike Company
420 E Pitt Street

Bedford, PA  15522

While Tombstone Hearse Company initially conceived the units as an alternative transportation vehicle that would cater to the families and loved ones of the over 11 million motorcycle enthusiasts, we are excited to find that funeral directors state that a large percentage of clients using the motorcycle hearse have never even ridden a motorcycle.

Expanding on this base, Tombstone Hearse Co. has become a prime choice for many Military and Police funerals and surprisingly even grandmothers due to the dignity and honor the hearses provide.

From our conception we at the Tombstone Hearse Company have prided ourselves on the quality and features of our coaches. From our first prototype to the era of the Series III coach we have ensured the reliability, safety, and style of our coaches are of the highest standards second to none.

With the Series III Coach, we have surpassed our previously set standards. Now with a uniform black and chrome style the coach flows as one cohesive unit bringing out the quality accents that only Tombstone Hearse Co. can provide. From the laminated deck floor with cut mohair trim to the crushed velour curtains that line the decoratively etched safety glass windows, the Series III is not only a coach, it's a show unit truly worthy of the great men and women who have traveled to their final destination within.

At Tombstone Hearse, we admit our units may be more expensive than the others, but you are paying for both the hearse and the trike as a unit of high quality craftsmanship, but most importantly a safe, reliable, dignifying product.

It is the most recognized vehicle in the death care industry, making the Tombstone Hearse a great marketing tool that will stand the test of time.



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May. 15th, 2010 04:32 pm (UTC)
Sure is, anything mc related is badass, in my opinion.
They had one pictured for weddings also, a white carriage attached to a trike. But it didn't look as cool as this one.
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May. 15th, 2010 04:33 pm (UTC)
Hi new friend!
Yes, I will need one when I die.
May. 15th, 2010 03:53 pm (UTC)
that is awesome!! i totally want one of those hauling me around after i've died. ^_^
May. 15th, 2010 04:38 pm (UTC)
Move to Pennsylvania. I see that is where they're located. It's only a couple hours from me.
Actually, that's not a bad idea for a small business - if I had the $$.
I would have to put something in my will to use it, my sister wouldn't go for anything unconventional. In fact, I need to commission a tombstone with a MC on the top and get it paid for before I die, or she won't do that either. *grumble* And I'm getting buried with my boots and leather jacket. ?Obsess about death much? Yes, I do. I want what I want.
May. 15th, 2010 08:10 pm (UTC)
i totally agree with and encourage you to want what you want. ^_^ i must get a will and instructions for how to handle my burial written up, as well. i wish to be interred in the most environmentally safe way possible. minimal preservatives (i mean, really? i'm dead.), plain box with no adornments/lacquer/non-biodegradable crap inside (cheap pine box like in the good ol' days, yes plz), no sealing me in a tomb/mausoleum/otherwise air tight chamber, make sure i'm recycled properly dammit! my mother does not, for some reason, like these plans at all. i do not understand.
May. 16th, 2010 10:04 pm (UTC)
Parents never like anything their kids do that goes against convention.
But, my dad was buried in a pine box, no embalming, no wake. He was afraid of being buried alive. He really wanted to be buried in the orchard on the farm, but we couldn't figure a way to do it without getting in trouble!
I think the cement container is required by law.
May. 16th, 2010 05:09 am (UTC)
That's amazing! It's like - the final ride in style :D
May. 16th, 2010 10:06 pm (UTC)
What is amazing is that someone thought of it in the first place!
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