This 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Krystal Koach Hearse was last seen for sale for $1625.00 in Long Beach, California.
*** I could not “LIST” that there is “NO-TITLE in the “VEHICLE TITLE SECTION” Sorry to confuses you.Before you bid, check with your local “DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES” and see If your able to buy a car thats 22 years old “WITH OUT A TITLE” and just a simple “BILL OF SALE” and a “LIEN RELEASE” thats “NOTARIZED” Reason for doing it this way is because the mortuary “LOST” the title and they are now “OUT OF BUSINESS” and the car is 2 years out of registration…. To “generate’ a new “TITLE ONLY” California wants there $900 in back fees “first’ before they will print out a new title. This is there way to “GET RID” of the older cars. If this hearse is sold “OUT OF STATE” then “no fees” will follow the car. Plane, simple and direct.. Unless you know how to get around the CA-DMV system, I say goo for it! Sooo, this is why its priced cheap!! The hearse listed is a 1995 Cadillac FLEETWOOD BIG BODY “KRYSTAL KOACH” full sized Hearse thats built right here in California. Its been garaged/warehouse kept up till 1 year ago.. The black top is is great shape and the burgundy paint is good shape but, could us a good detailing.. All the bright work, chrome lower rocker panels, bumpers body trim are nice for a 22 year old working hearse. The front drivers compartment is finished in blue leather seating, with blue carpets & trim. The dash pad is not cracked or aged due to indoor storage. All gauges work as the should. Power equipted with dual 6-way seats with recliners, mirrors, door locks, windows, tilt wheel, center arm rest with storage compartment, Am/Fm stereo radio, digital climate control with working cold A/C. Under the massive hood is the Corvette 5.7 liter/350 Cubic Inch engine thats fuel injected with raw power that just pulls this hearse down the road with no problem is hesitation. Many cities & Police & fire departments used this same drive-train in their vehicles. This drive-tain is just about “bullet proof” and will easily get 200, 300,000 miles or more of use. They are known for the longevity and performance. Believe it or not, they get 20-MPG on the highways!! 24-MPG in the standard 4 door version. In the casket bay, you will fined nice burl wood pattern flooring, chrome skid plates, bier pin track holders and chrome frames for the casket rollers.. Nice soft materials, shadow box casket lighting, power window center bulk head with over head storage compartment for funeral supplies. The suspension rides nice on its white wall tires and I had new front break pads installed less the 75 miles ago.. with only 109,000 total miles, that works out to be, just less the 5,000 miles per year, 400 miles per month, 100 miles per week… Thats pretty low miles on a funeral car..
This “1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Krystal Koach Hearse” in Long Beach, California was last seen for sale for $1625.00.