• Oct 31, 2013
A good Halloween display usually has some of spooky zombie climbing out of a coffin coming back to life, but to be honest, if a car-loving zombie had been buried in a coffin from Cruisin Caskets, they might not be in too big of a rush to haunt the living. Now, we've seen cool car coffins before, but never to this level of detail.

With fiberglass bodies inspired by lead sleds from the '50s, these coffins ask, 'If you're going to go, why not go in style?' The base price for a coffin from Cruisin Caskets in $5,500, but like all cars, there are plenty of options to drive the price up. Add-ons include white-wall tires and chrome trim, but there's also an option for the living to enjoy Cruisin Caskets' products with a conversion to transform that casket into an ice-filled cooler – now wouldn't that be the coolest and most expensive Halloween decoration ever!

Scroll down for a video for the coffin, and be sure to check out the gallery as well.

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      Just a cheap pine box for me.
      John S
      • 1 Year Ago
      Just in time for the baby boomers. Good business strategy.
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        @John S
        Most 'led sleds' aren't driven by boomers. Nice try. (Hell, most sleds pre-date the boomer generation)
      • 1 Year Ago
      Those are some stout curb-feelers!
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      I understand that crazy custom caskets are all the rage in west Africa. Air planes, classic cars, all kinds of schtuff.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Willie the Wimp and His Cadillac Coffin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLZI2z19vbQ