Comments - JFK Cadillac Hearse Up for Auction at Barrett-Jackson

Published: Dec 24, 2011
Description: The Cadillac hearse that carried President John F. Kennedy's body to Air Force One following his assassination in Dallas, Texas on November 22nd, 1963 will be available at the Barrett-Jackson auc...
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Simon Trépanier Dec 25, 2011
Because it's a piece of USA history.
Erik Scherer Dec 24, 2011
That ambulance was a cool piece. Pontiac. They speculated on whether or not it actually carried the presidents body, because everything associated with his death, was supposed to be destroyed.
Brahim Gudah Dec 24, 2011
Wait nvm that was the ambulance I saw
Brahim Gudah Dec 24, 2011
I saw this being talked about and on display at Barrett Jackson earlier this year
Jake Knickmeyer Dec 24, 2011
A Funeral Home Directors Association Convention sounds really depressing.
Chris Penza Dec 24, 2011
Why would you buy a car that had a dead president in it?
Description: At the end of the trade show, the hearse was bought by a Dallas funeral home. And only a few weeks later was it used to transport the assassinated president's body as well as the First Lady to th...
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Lou Guerrero Dec 25, 2011
It really doesn't seem right that this car 'changes hands'. Museum for sure.
P_R_N_D Dec 24, 2011
yeah Danny that's what I was thinking. This is a piece of history. Its priceless.
Danny Burns Dec 24, 2011
Should be in the Smithsonian
Ben Mossing Dec 24, 2011
Didn't they have the ambulance last year?
Anthony Cordova Dec 24, 2011
Oh yea. Just the car I want. A million dollar car that used to transport dead people. What a waste
Chris Penza Dec 24, 2011
Lol nick just made my day
Nick Satturo Dec 24, 2011
Shivers maybe. Urge to convert to an Ecto-1, definitely.
Ethan Amo Dec 24, 2011
Kind of sends shivers down your spine to look at it....
Riley McKelvie Dec 25, 2011
Drop an ls1 in there!
Nick Benz Dec 24, 2011
WFAA for the win. Watch it everyday.