And it’s goodnight Vienna from him

Charles Cowling

 

Former HGV driver Darren Abey has created a hearse fit for fans of Del Boy and Rodney and is marketing it under the snappy business name of Only Fools and Hearses.

Says Mr Abey, ‘I got two scrap cars, both three-wheelers, which weren’t worth anything and only useful for their fibreglass parts. We stripped and gutted them and cut up the vehicle to stretch it to a length of 8 foot 8 inches, so we had a stretched three-wheeler that would be suitable to use as the trailer.’

The conversion cost him £8,000. His hearse even has leopard print fake fur on the dashboard.

We can’t find a website for Mr Abey’s business, but we can tell you that the full story is in the Daily Mail here.

 

 

4 thoughts on “And it’s goodnight Vienna from him

  1. Charles Cowling
    Darren Abey

    Hi and to everybody out there the website is named above .

    http://www.onlyfoolsandhearses.com.

    I hope you all like it .

    Regards

    Darren Abey


    Charles Cowling
  2. Charles Cowling
    Mr XX

    Brilliant! I’d offer it.


    Charles Cowling
  3. Charles Cowling
    Carole Renshaw

    In my world it’s simple…..I provide a service…..someone purchases it….that’s a transaction…and that tells me this can be a business.

    If the market restricts the price you can charge, for whatever reason, then don’t go into the business (or vocation whatever you choose to call it). It’s Choice! – just as we proclaim to give families choice….it’s something we have too as individuals.


    Charles Cowling
  4. Charles Cowling
    X Piry

    Fantastic! I wish him every success.


    Charles Cowling

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