Chances are that, for most of us, if there's any identifiable bits of us left after that final racecar/hovercraft/threshing machine accident, our last trip on Earth will be in a hearse of some sort. But why get stuck in some boring old black wagon with landau bars? We should pick what we want now. So let's do it!
Hearses have their own very particular aesthetic, and it's one that's mixed with a given culture's end-of-life traditions, and as such we tend to give them a free pass, styling wise. But not today. Because someone has to tell the hearse community that Landau bars make no fucking sense on them.
Melvin Baker, a 79-year-old digger who loved his backhoe, had his dying wish fulfilled when his JCB backhoe was used to carry his coffin from the family home to the church. Ironically, he was cremated. [SWNS]