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2013 Cadillac XTS Funeral Coach Federal Coach 'Heritage'

2013 Cadillac XTS Funeral Coach in The Last Man on Earth, TV Series, 2015-2018 IMDB Ep. 3.10

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: US

2013 Cadillac XTS Funeral Coach Federal Coach 'Heritage'

Position 00:05:18 [*] Background vehicle

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AnimatronixX DE

2019-03-20 16:21

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Is this an actual funeral cortege (if so: who?) or is it staged? Please @ me in case of a reply, thx in advance.

dsl SX

2019-03-20 16:44

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@AnimatronixX - googling pictures ended up with John Glenn's funeral - Columbus, Ohio, 17 December 2016. https://www.columbusunderground.com/photos-john-glenn-funeral-procession-jb1 , Link to "storage.googleapis.com" , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwiqYUo67wc etc.

The black strettttttched thing behind is very weird.

AnimatronixX DE

2019-03-20 19:02

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@dsl: Thank you! :) Glad I'm getting rid of that one so quickly!

That black thing behind looks like a Lincoln MKT mourning coach, probably deserves its own area code and we don't know what the people actually did inside - there are plenty o possibilities...

I always liked stretched limousines in the sense of people movers, mobile offices and (so-called) VIP transfer vehicles - commercial vehicles with a purpose, more or less. During the 1980s it already started going downhill, when everyone and his brother decided to cut cars in half and opened yet another limo stretching bank. Companies like Ultra Coach Builders then upped the game in the following decade by stretching questionable SUVs and took it to another level by causing completely useless limos such as Lamborghini Countach, Ferraris or Corvettes. Just because they could! This all helped to create a downwards spiral and inflationary use of the stretchlimousine, which was once invented by Armbruster/Stageway to allow more people to travel in a comfortable passenger car rather than a bus. What they didn't have in mind were elephant-sized bachelors and silicone-crammed chicks with pink bunny ears partying the hell out of it like there's no tomorrow, bending J- or L-shaped lounge seats down to the cardan shaft, having a ginormous booze en route, smoking the weedest of all weed, squeezing their undressed souther regions through the sunroof or a side window of their choice at a speed exceeding 90 km/h, screaming something of the likes of "B**CH YEEEEEEEEEEAH!", unrequestedly projectile vomiting odd substances of all colours against the divider (if you were lucky enough to close it right in time) or across the rear compartment, treating the poor guy at the wheel like their servant because "Come on, we BOUGHT you for the full night". I dare say: Being a limo chauffeur stopped being fun in times of reality tv and I'm glad I'm no longer associated with this business... [:halalala]

But I get carried away - rant over :D , back to topic: As all four Columbus-based hearse coachbuilders were out of business for several decades, they had to take one from Amelia, Ohio: This looks to be another Federal Coach "Heritage".

dsl SX

2019-03-21 17:54

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So a strettttched Panda isn't really your weapon of choice??

AnimatronixX DE

2019-03-21 18:16

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Not really... [Image: a090.gif] I'm probably too old- fashioned for this.

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