Wagon-y Wednesday: Ford Mustang Hearse

ford mustang hearse side

Yes, it is what it seems, a Mustang GT convertible converted (ha!) into a hearse. The wheelbase got stretched and the top permanently (I think) converted (!) into a shooting brake kind of a wagon thing with what looks like a tailgate or a hatch.

Great way for a Mustang enthusiast go out. I wonder if I could get Boss 302 or GT500 version, I hate long goodbyes.

[Source: stangtv.com | Thanks for the tip Jo Borras!]


The Mustang hearse lives somewhere in Mexico City and offers a final ride to many who may have only dreamed of owning such car.

I wonder if they put a roll-bar to reduce the chassis flex due to the increased wheelbase and funky top. Racing seats and harnesses? Should it be black?

What other cars should be turned in hearses?


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15 responses to “Wagon-y Wednesday: Ford Mustang Hearse”

  1. Alff Avatar

    That's the special Ford Mustang HC* Edition
    *Harold Chasen

    1. Alff Avatar

      Prius hearse leaves all occupants feeling dead inside.

    2. POLAЯ Avatar

      No way that's a functional hearse, I think that's the driver showing how feels inside….

  2. LTDScott Avatar

    Oh, and I just noticed this is in Mexico. Figures, they love oddball hearses down there. My ex-wife was Mexican, so I used to spend quite a bit of time in Mexicali, and one of her relatives lived near a large cemetery, so i got to see lots of their home built hearses – Grand Marquis and Crown Vics seemed to be the most popular.
    I was a pall bearer at her grandfather's funeral, and I noticed something odd about the Lincoln Navigator hearse we loaded the coffin into – the body of the hearse was cracking. Upon further investigation, I realized it was simply a ~2000 F-150 (V6 with a 5-speed and bench seat) that had a Navigator nose, hearse body, and Navigator tail lights and license plate panel grafted on.

    1. Kamil_K Avatar

      I saw an F-150, regular cab and short bed, turned Navigator/Mart LT this weekend in New Jersey but was too slow with the camera. 🙁
      There's a regular cab/long bed Caddy pickup running around Boston too, seen it twice so far, also too slow with the cam.
      I would suck as a spy photographer.

      1. OA5599 Avatar

        I've seen more than one Silverado/Suburban turned Navigator wannabe. I guess they couldn't hunt down Escalade parts?

      2. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

        I'll keep an eye out for that Silvelade, in case it comes up this way. Black, I assume?

        1. Kamil_K Avatar

          You know it. Dare I say, it's look pretty good.

  3. POLAЯ Avatar

    After some of the things I have heard about Mexico, I figured every car down there was a hearse.

  4. muthalovin Avatar

    We should have a best custom hearse showdown!
    <img src="http://www.imcdb.org/i006262.jpg"&gt;

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Is this really pop culture's one and only hearse?

  5. MVEilenstein Avatar

    I want to be hauled in the wooden bed of a 62 F-100 Custom.

  6. Vavon Avatar

    Mustang Hearse… that's what you call "flogging a dead horse!"

  7. Sjalabais Avatar

    I like this so much it creeps me out a little bit.
    Even though I'd intuitively tend to be wanting a Nilsson or the king of the farmer's hearses:
    <img src="http://www1.garaget.org/archive/15/14542/117004/117004-1290516.jpg"&gt;
    …I do appreciate the fun in a Mustang hearse a lot!

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