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So I decided to make a hearse for my undead horse/thestral to pull....I am using all scrap lumber to save a few $$, and am building this on a smaller scale than what a normal hearse wagon would have been... It will just have to be a hearse for kids. Here's a few inprogress shots, and I'll continue to update as i get farther along.


the flower pot is in this picture as a size reference for the seat that i haven't built yet.
 

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Dave, do you suck at anything?! Awesome job as always, can't wait to see the finished job. To echo Spectre, where did you get the wheels and how much?
 

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How do you store this stuff!! Great Job!
I have designed it with bolts and T-nuts so it is easy to assemble and will break down to flat panels for storage. Who knows, though...it just might become a permanent yard decoration.:)
 

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Alright Dave, you now officially suck! :finger: J/K
I have been wanting to make one of those from day 1!
I'll trade you my "entire" witch cabinet for it? Come on!
PLEASE!!!!!!!!
 

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Alright Dave, you now officially suck! :finger: J/K
I have been wanting to make one of those from day 1!
I'll trade you my "entire" witch cabinet for it? Come on!
PLEASE!!!!!!!!
wow!....thats the first time I EVER got a finger from northeast Ohio :eek:
I am honored Lagruesome!. You'll have to do better than a witch cabinet for this one....:D
 

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I have started some of the accents. Each of the skeletons here is 12" tall, and was formed by melting under a torch, then hotglued between the columns.



a note on the wheels....they were built for decoration only, and therefore NOT really designed to hold much weight. I have reglued all the spindles and joints to help firm them up. The hearse won't be able to be pulled anywhere for real, but will be able to support itself.
 

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I started my hearse too Dave! (sort of)
I picked these lights up at a garage sale earlier this summer for like $2. Now all I need is the darn hearse to put them on!
 
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