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  1. #1
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    Default Plans for Horse Drawn Hearse

    I came across this website and was trying to find the plans for this Horse Drawn Hearse.
    2005horsedrawnhearsehow-to
    hearse

    They also show a Skeleton Horse, which I'd like to make, too.

    h2005horse

    The links in the site are dead. The email came back as invalid. Does anyone have the plans on how to make these?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    That's Evilbob's 1st hearse and horse. He's a regular on this forum and should see your post soon. You might want to check the tutorial and step by step section, then look for the prop builders groups. They're starting a hearse building group pretty soon that could be very helpful.
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    I remember Bob's hearse plans, not sure on the horse.

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    I just finished mine but I must admit it does not compare to Bob's 2nd hearse. That thing is a masterpiece! But mine only cost me about $250.

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    Here are the links to the hearse plans and the horse plans
    http://bastardrat.com/hearseplan.jpg
    http://bastardrat.com/restinpetes/skellhorse.jpg

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    Forgive me for resurrecting this thread, but I'm in the process of building my own horse drawn hearse and had a question for Evil Bob about the "driver" seat and how it's attached to his carriage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dminor View Post
    Forgive me for resurrecting this thread, but I'm in the process of building my own horse drawn hearse and had a question for Evil Bob about the "driver" seat and how it's attached to his carriage.
    I have an old kitchen chair with no legs that I zip tie my skeleton to, then I set that on the driver's bench

 

 

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