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We are constantly adding more and more photos of various events and interesting cars so be sure to check back often for new galleries. Also, if you want to upload your own photos, you can do so at photos.phantomcoaches.org.
Some more pix from Belgium.
Some pix of cars at our June 2005 meeting, pix from England and Belgium.
Still more pix from our friends in Holland. They were on TV.
Some more pix from Holland and an update on the 1916 Geisel hearse from gallery 1.
Even more cool folks eager to share their photos with us including a 1936 Auburn.
More cool folks eager to share their photos with us.
It's really cool how there are so many cool folks out there that have hearses and are eager to share their photos with us.
More from Holland, one from Canada and one from the UK.
Here you'll find a "before" and "after" restoration of a 1937 La Salle and some pix from Holland.
Chris also sent us photos of unidentified coaches out of Australia. Other folks have sent us stuff too.
Chris sent us more photos of interesting coaches out of Australia.
More interesting coaches out of Australia.
Photos emailed including some interesting coaches out of Australia.
Meeting photos which were emailed to us.
More photos y'all have sent us.
Meeting and mailed photos.
Even more photos of various meetings plus a special treat, a beautifully restored 1947 coach.
Still more photos of various meetings.
More photos of various meetings and our Christmas light cruise, a must see.
New photos emailed to us. And, some photos of various meetings.
More photos from down under.
More National Museum of Funeral History photos and photos from Mark "Tinny" Flynn in Australia.
A couple of members went to Houston Texas in mid-November, 2000, and while they were there, they checked out the National Museum of Funeral History. Here's what they saw.
Arizona member Skull submitted LOTS of photos of the Knott's procession. They are all presented here for your enjoyment.
More pics from Mark Flynn and pics from Scary Perry Claeys.
Mark Flynn of our Australian chapter had a "Dawn Of the Dead" house warming party and these are the pics.
Still more Calico with a willing victim.
More pics of us having fun in Calico, California, just outside of Barstow.
Still more emailed stuff and pics of a one-of-a-kind '59. We also have pics of our March meeting in Calico here.
Back to photos as usual. More nice folks have sent us great stuff.
The last of the Vegas 2000 pics in a big format.
LOTS more Vegas 2000 pics in a big format.
Even more Vegas 2000 pics.
Still more Vegas 2000 pics.
More Vegas 2000 pics.
More of Scott Croft and his coach plus some photos of a horse drawn hearse and some Vegas 2000 pics.
If you like customized coaches, then this one may be to your liking. Scott Croft was kind enough to send us these images, thanks Scott.
Even more stuff folks have been kind enough to email in.
Still more stuff folks have been kind enough to email in.
More stuff folks have been kind enough to email in.
Knott's was totally cool as was the Halloween drags.
We went to Knott's Berry Farm (aka. Knott's "Scary" Farm) during the Holloween season.
Still more photos that people have emailed to us. Thanks for the photos.
Here go some more photos that people have emailed to us.
To all of you kind folks that have emailed us photos, this one's for you. We know we've been a bit lax about getting these up but we're working hard at correcting that.
Just before Halloween, we went to the drag races in Pomona, California. The sponsors of the races offered us a special class just for our cars. Here go some pics for you to enjoy. For those that are courious, most of the Cadillac coaches ran the quarter-mile in about 19 seconds. There is also a Ford Model A hearse in this gallery.
This gallery was of the races but we found more Australian hearses for you so they were grouped together with the ones from gallery 15 and gallery 17 shows the drags and more.
Here go a few pics of some Australian coaches. Many of them start out as station wagons and are converted into hearses by simply changing the interior of the rear of the vehicle or by a total redesign of the rear of the vehicle.
Just a few more photos of Phillip's and Mark's travels and one photo of an odd coach.
Phillip Smith and Mark Villarino continued their travels around northamerica including a stop at the Auburn, Cord, Deusenberg museum in Auburn Indiana and they found a really interesting car there. Click in and have a look.
Phillip Smith and Mark Villarino also attended the Professional Car Society international meet in Baltimore Maryland in summer of '97. Here are some highlights.
In late summer 1997, Phillip Smith and Mark Villarino visited some parts of the United States and these are some of the things they saw.
A few pics from our Colma '98 road trip and from the '97 Cadillac and LaSalle club grand national.
Here are a few more of those PCS/PCHC™ meeting.
Our most recent event was the joint meet with the So. Cal. chapter of the PCS. Given that it was a long drive for most of us, we had a really good turn out.
Eric sure takes a lot of pictures. Here are some from our second road trip to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Still more pics from Eric. Here are more of our last Halloween party and a few pics taken at a meeting at the Halloween Club, a kind of warehouse store of Halloween items.
More pictures from Eric. Here are a couple of meetings at graveyards and our most recent Halloween party.
Member Eric Pabst was (and still is) quite the shutter-bug. Over the years, he has amassed quite an archival collection of club photos. Here go some photos from the first and second "Blessing of the Cars" car show, a summer picnic, and our first Colma road trip.
Here are more pictures of the June meeting/picnic and a couple of interesting photos of older hearses, one found on the PCS message board and one found on the Kruse international auction page.
Pictures of our June meeting/picnic. We had a lot of cars attend this meeting. There are also some photos that have been emailed to us. Email us a photo and we will add it to our latest gallery.
Our first gallery. This has our first set of photos including the complete story behind the 1916 Geisel hearse.
We love pictures of hearses and are always looking to include them on our site. If you have one (or more) then please E-mail a TIFF, JPG or GIF image to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org