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Old 05-17-2018, 12:43 PM
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I am not an expert, and I am sure there is someone here that could weigh in that is much more knowledgeable than me, but over the years, most rear end damaged hearses seem to never see service again...
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Lead cars stops, preacher runs in to the lead car, hearse runs in to the preacher, family runs in to the hearse.
Turns out this is being shipped back to Houston and will be repaired.
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Old 06-05-2018, 01:50 PM
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Must be a new breed of funeral directors, most I knew in the old days would cringe if everything on the coach was not perfect,learned that when I let the back door on a coach slam with a one handed push
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Turns out this is being shipped back to Houston and will be repaired.
As many 06, 07, and 08 Cadillac hearses show up on the SCI mini auction, I am surprised they are going to put this one back together...
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As many 06, 07, and 08 Cadillac hearses show up on the SCI mini auction, I am surprised they are going to put this one back together...
My same observation
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Might have one the can use for parts. Its most likely worth more at auction then for scrap. You can bet they penciled it out.
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I have followed this posting and would ask is there an insurance carrier involved or are the owners self insured for collision/property damage/liability or any part there of ?
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Might have one the can use for parts. Its most likely worth more at auction then for scrap. You can bet they penciled it out.
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I have followed this posting and would ask is there an insurance carrier involved or are the owners self insured for collision/property damage/liability or any part there of ?
Not totally sure on this one.
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Look at Ins card in glove box it will tell tale.
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They are a big enough corporation that one can assume that they are self insured.
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