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In Morbid News…JFK's Hearse Sells For $176K!

We don't think we'd want this vehicle on our driveway, but to each their own! Over the weekend, the 1964 white Cadillac hearse that carried JFK's body following his assassination in Dallas sold for $176,000 at an Arizona auction! The hearse was purchased by 67-year-old Stephen Tebo, a commercial real estate investor who lives in Boulder, Colorado. [...]
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