1916 Cadillac Carved-Panel Hearse by A. Giessel and Sons is the oldest Cadillac hearse known to exist. The rare hand-carved coach features wide white wall tires, and wood spoke wheels. The year of 1916 was only Cadillac's second year using their new V-8 engine. The large center drapery panels can be easily removed, to reveal large beveled glass windows. This option allows the attending mourners to view the casket and flowers, during the funeral.
Carthedral is a 1971 Cadillac hearse modified with 1959 Cadillac tailfins. Welded on top is a VW beetle and metal armatures with fiber glass. Carthedral is a rolling Gothic Cathedral complete with flying buttresses, stained glass pointed windows, and gargoyles. Carthedral was designed and built by, - Rebecca Caldwell