Funeral car clubs are surprisingly common, both in person and online. Some groups consist of average workaday people whose interest in the macabre does not extend beyond their car collections. Others are more gothic types whose interest in hearses and funeral cars is symbolic of their larger interest in all things dark and spooky.
No matter which group you fall into, your interest in these fascinating vehicles is likely to extend beyond your own car. You may be interested in historic funeral cars, hearses in the movies or other funeral car-related topics.
If you are looking for a one-stop internet resource (besides this blog!) to help you find funeral car information, you can’t do better than the Grim Rides Funeral Car Club. Although the club’s membership is limited to those who live in the Northern California area, the website resources are available to everyone. They have moved much of their content to various social media outlets and they continue to maintain their standalone domain.
If you are looking for a funeral car club in your area, Grim Rides acts as a hub for clubs and fans all over the country. There are also links to funeral car pictures online, as well as a detailed list of funeral cars in the movies.
If you are still in the market for a funeral car, why not visit our friendly dealership? Once you have your new or used hearse, drop by Grim Rides to get in contact with others who share your hobby. The site is a lot of fun, even for non-funeral car owners like me.