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So we decided to take a crack at making a oldtime hearse...Thought i post here and get some opinions....Not finished yet, ill keep pictures up dated...
 

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.75 cents each from rite aid while they were on sale, and i cut them in half, used L brackets and liquided nailed them to it
 

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Looks awesome can't wait to see it finished.
 

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Added lanterns to front today, and picked up fabric for curtains...Wife should start that when she gets home today...

 

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The above mention carpenter not only built this, but a electric chair and a coffin for me in the past.....very talented!...:)
 

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Some more progress picks...Harbor frieght wheels are back ordered, but should be shipped monday...The driver is something we had laying around..we actually have a bucky incoming and a top hat and coattails for him...







and a pic of the entrance to my yard haunt...Ill actually open another post when i get this moving along better...But i have donated my props to a benefit haunted house, so i wont have them back till day before halloween...Ill post a nice halloween pics of the yard haunt

 

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Your coachworks looks great. I love the skulls. But I am a sucker for skulls.
This is on my list for next year. I am burnt out this year on props. Out of money too.
Just wondering if anyone has built a working carriage. Everyone seems to be using the wheels from Harbor Freight.
It seem like it would be pretty straight forward to build a working carriage if you could find real wagon wheels.
 
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