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Explorer Hearse

Just saw this on craigslist. An Explorer hearse

1991 Ford Explorer Imperial HEARSE only 17,000 miles!!!
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Some vehicles shouldn't be turned in to a hearse, and this is one of them.
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That has to be the worst explorer I've ever seen.
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Im not gonna lie, I kinda like it.
Although I dont see anyone actually using this as a hearse.
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nothing says white trash like....
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wow... its got some funky wheels on it
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Think of all the subs you could put in that

Talk them down to 3000 (because come on, no one is going to buy that for a DD or a hearse), fill the back with speakers...re do the int, shave the doorhandles, slam it on some 20s and you got a potentially sick showcar with only 3k original miles.
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If I had the money, I'd buy it and take down anything that made it look like a hearse. With only 17,000 miles on it, I'm sure that thing still drives like it was new.

I'm just not sure if I'D drive it knowing there were dead people in the back once. lol
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PLUS... you know it was rarely taken over 30mph. ROTFLMAO
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You could always cut the interior trim out of the back and put in a HUGE sound system....
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that just looks off....
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i would buy it just to put a bunch of subs in it. and i would change the looks completely
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As an added incentive they could throw in a free dead person in a coffin. god
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That's pretty awesome to me. Never seen one quite like that before.
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jack it up with 35s and wheel the hell outta it
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Wow, now that's got to be the ugliest hearse I've ever seen. Guess it was a "Ma & Pa" funeral home, because Expo's aren't screaming luxury. LOL
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nonono, you gotta get them to throw in a coffin and put the subs in that! haha
yeah I'd probably be creeped out driving that, always looking in my rear view for zombies waiting to grab me or something like that lol
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nonono, you gotta get them to throw in a coffin and put the subs in that! haha
yeah I'd probably be creeped out driving that, always looking in my rear view for zombies waiting to grab me or something like that lol
I'd be creeped out with a COFFIN in the back.. empty or not. lol
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For the Serious Off-Road Enthusiast!

When I leave this Earth, I'm leaving in an Explorer!
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"explorer hurst, it puts the FUN in off-road funeral"
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take off the silly hearse emblem off the back sides, throw some 33's and new wheels on her, a fresh coat of paint, (not the same color of course) add some KC's and you've got a great off road party vehicle!
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I'd like to build a wooden box, shaped like a casket, and then put off-road recovery tools in it after lifting the truck for some new tires.

Imagine backing up to you buddy who's stuck, opening the back hatch, and then opening a wooden box looking for some chains, straps, etc.

It'd be great!
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I'd like to build a wooden box, shaped like a casket, and then put off-road recovery tools in it after lifting the truck for some new tires.

Imagine backing up to you buddy who's stuck, opening the back hatch, and then opening a wooden box looking for some chains, straps, etc.

It'd be great!


ROTFLMAO
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