This 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Victoria Hearse was last seen for sale for $3677.22 in Pacific, Missouri. Less than 45,000 miles! A stately funeral car!
Hearse archival, NOT for sale:
Less than 45,000 miles! A stately funeral car!
The low, flat roof of this coach is traditional for S&S Victoria model hearses. Other traditional S&S signatures are the coach lamps in the landau shield area, the black cobra long-grain rubber-textured top, the S&S chrome grill crown (which is reminiscent of the S&S date marks) and the body-colored inserts on the landau bars. In #41, sable black, with lower bright chrome rocker moldings, this hearse has a black top and a #75 dark cherry velour interior with 6-way power leather seating. An AM/FM cassette radio, power windows, power steering, power brakes, automatic door locks, power windows, cruise control, power mirrors, intermittent windshield wipers, tilt wheel, dual air bags, twilight sentinel headlamp control, umbrella storage, and electronic temperature control round out the features list of this funeral coach. Everything works, and the air conditioning is cold.Behind the three piece glass divider etched with the Sayers and Scovill script logo is the casket compartment lined with the same dark cherry velour. The landau area of the roof has wood accents. The draperies are dark cherry velvet swags, and the carpeted casket floor has ten chrome plated, die-cast rollers with chrome runners. Special extra load Cadillac cast aluminum alloy wheels support the extra weight of this coach. Interestingly, there is no visible radio antenna on this car. S&S has hidden the antenna in the landau area with the landau irons. Power comes from General Motors’ 5.7 litre LT-1 Corvette engine. A 19 gallon fuel tank feeds the LT-1. This S&S Cadillac Victoria is a commercial glass funeral coach. “Commercial glass” means that the windshield and side windows are all taller and larger than passenger-car glass. To do this requires a nearly complete restructuring of the car, aft of the dash. Also, S&S lengthened the special rear-wheel drive B9Q Cadillac coachbuilder chassis by 31 inches. The wheelbase of this S&S funeral coach is 151.5″, with an overall length of 21’4″. The height of the coach is 5’5″. This 1995 Sayers and Scovill Cadillac Victoria Funeral Coach initially served the Francis J. Joyce & Son Funeral Home in Waltham, Massachusetts. The original MSRP of a S&S Victoria hearse is estimated to be just above $70,000 and 61 Victorias were built in 1995. Based on the late 1994 date of manufacture, this hearse was built in the former S&S/Superior plant at 600 East Wayne St. in Lima, Ohio. The Victoria was the most expensive hearse available from any manufacturer.
This “1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Victoria Hearse” in Pacific, Missouri was last seen for sale for $3677.22.