This 1977 Cadillac Fleetwood Miller Meteor Hearse Ambulance Combo was last seen for sale for $2572.00 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
Hearse archival, NOT for sale:
First and foremost I want to apologize to all my Professional Car Society Friends, hearse, ambulance, flower car, limo friends, etc., and reiterate that I DID NOT PUT THE GHOSTBUSTER STICKERS ON THE CAR!!! They will come off easily, but they are on there for choice of new owner to leave or remove. Truly this vehicle marks the end of an era. This is the first year of the “new” big body Cadillac, but around this time, the government changed the regulations for ambulance and rescue vehicles. So began the decline of Cadillac ambulances and the beginning of Ford Van and Box Truck ambulances. This is a 1977 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance Hearse Combo. Two jump seats in the rear area that fold down into the floor for hearse usage. The front seat has no rips and I had the front carpet professionally replaced. No cracks in any of the glass. Every door has a lock and all of them work. The front windows are power and work fine. The back windows are stationary. According to the Miller-Meteor plate on top of the driver’s side fender under the hood, this was once a “crinkle top” and has been painted sometime in the past. From what I know of the car, it spent most of its life in Texas then went to New Jersey in 2011 to a member of the Professional Car Society. From there it went to a rescue and ambulance service in South Carolina that put it in their museum. The rescue service was sold to a new owner and they decided not to continue with the museum and sold off the cars. This is one of them. The hearse starts up and runs fine. It has good tires with plenty of treads. The big 425 V8 runs great, with no knocks, no pings, no smoke. 4BBL carburetor sounds great. There is an electronic Federal Siren under the hood and it works. No FM/AM radio. A/C is present but not blowing cold. I have driven this several times maybe 75 miles total. I trailered it up to Kentucky from South Carolina and I would not suggest driving this vehicle long distances before a thorough safety check. When I drove it out to get pictures, the brakes were soft. The car stopped fine, but maybe indicative of low brake fluid or needing a new master cylinder. Turns with no effort. Rides like a big Cadillac should. Presents itself very well, but if you want a perfect vehicle, a paint job would be in order, but again, presents very well as is. Gets lost of attention.
This “1977 Cadillac Fleetwood Miller Meteor Hearse Ambulance Combo” in Elizabethtown, Kentucky was last seen for sale for $2572.00.