1977 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Hearse for sale in Greenfield, Ohio, United States

1977 Cadillac Hearse Miller-Meteor Endloader M-M Triple Black

  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Miller-Meteor Hearse
  • Type: Hearse
  • Trim: Landau Traditional
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 72,000
  • Color: Sable Black
  • Engine size: 425
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Turbo 400 Auto
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black Brocade
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1977 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Hearse Landau Traditional Description

I have for sale a 1977 Miller-Meteor Cadillac Landau Traditional Endloader hearse. This car was my dream car and took a few years to find exactly what I had been looking for. However, I am forced to sell it in order to help fund household projects in dire need. The car is in good condition but does need some body work and paint and tinkering. The car runs and drives but has been parked for a couple years after I bought it due to the fuel pump vapor locking. Before summer ended I replaced the driver side power window motor but did not reinstall the door panel yet. This is originally a triple black car, Sable Black paint, Black vinyl and brocade interior and the black crinkle top was painted over with white by the last funeral that had it in service. All glass is intact and no cracks. Here is a breakdown of what it needs and some parts I am including with it.
Needs:
Fuel pump installed (comes with replacement)Carburetor rebuilt (comes with rebuild kit)Oil change (oil has no miles on it but hasnt been ran in a couple years)Breather air filterBody work and paintPossible fan relay replacement (someone installed toggle switch to power on blower fan for A/C / heat)Everything else checked over before deeming roadworthy
When it last ran I had just replaced the radiator, both radiator hoses, both V-belts, heater hose, trans line, changed oil and filter, sprayed carburetor, and replaced passenger side front fender.
Comes with:
All side body chrome and extra windshield chromeAll casket rollersNew gas tank and fuel sending unitSpare driveshaftSpare hoodUsed battery5 extra commercial chassis wheelsSet of four wire Cadillac hubcapsNew dash capNew Carter mechanical fuel pumpReplacement taillight coversCarburetor rebuild kit (ethanol friendly kit I believe)New timing chain kitTwo sets of funeral flagsLeather Cadillac manual holderFactory Cadillac Dealer Service Manual (the big baby blue book)
1977 Miller-Meteor dealer posterSpare sunvisorscouple of casket keysUncut set of vintage nickel Cadillac crest keysSpare front chrome bumperBoth Miller-Meteor side emblemsand probably more things I have forgotten thats inside it.
The interior is in great shape other than dash which will need patched over in a couple spots. The bench seat has one tear in the vinyl binding around the edge. The passenger side sunvisor will need repaired as it doesnt want to stay up. The casket area lighting will need replacement bulbs. The driver side door panel will need to be installed. I installed a rare driver side mirror with factory thermometer but the fiber optic lighting cable will need hooked up to light source. The casket table, which I was told is a Jewish roller setup, is in good shape but will need a good cleaning.
I HAVE ALL HISTORY ON THIS VEHICLE FROM THE TIME THE CHASSIS LEFT GM TO EVERY FUNERAL HOME UP UNTIL WHEN I PURCHASED IT. ALL HISTORY IS PRINTED ON PAPERS SENT TO ME FROM THE DMV.I ALSO HAVE MANY RECEIPTS FROM PARTS PURCHASES KEPT IN A FOLDER.
I also have a spare Cadillac 425 and Turbo 400 at different location for extra if interested.
Overall as with many project cars for sale, this thing can be a stunner if it was someones main project and had the extra time and money to put into it. I will deeply regret selling this car but hopefully it can be seen in the same light by someone else.
MORE PHOTOS TO BE ADDED WHEN THE WEATHER GIVES ME A DECENT DAY TO GET OUT. CAR IS CURRENTLY OUTSIDE UNDER COVER.THE PRICE REFLECTS MY HESITANCE TO SELL, I REALIZE SOME PEOPLE MAY THINK THE PRICE IS TOO HIGH FOR THEM.