All Original! 1937 Buick Byzantine Sayers and Scovill S&S
hearse with only 28k miles on it! Drives great and looks super
inside and out! 28k original miles This is a rare find! It is solid
and gorgeous! (Southern car!) We can help ship anywhere and we
welcome international buyers. Here is more info about the
production of these hearse - these were top of the line in 1937!
1937 S&S Byzantine Hearse. S&S Logo This 1937 funeral coach
was built by the Sayers and Scovill Coach Company of Cincinnati,
Ohio. During the 1937 model year, S&S utilized the Buick
chassis for their elaborate funeral coaches however they went to
great lengths to disguise the actual chassis manufacturer. The
funeral coach you see here is S&S's top-of-the-line offering
for 1937 and is called the Byzantine model. It features a large,
three section, arched drapery panel on the sides, dual side mount
spare tires, nickel-plated coach lamps, chrome hubcaps with the
S&S insignia, a spacious and very ornate casket compartment,
and the S&S year marks (also known as 'date marks') on the
grill. Gothic Masterpiece. S&S hearse interior Walnut and
Mohair casket compartment. The interior of the casket compartment
is a masterpiece of gothic design, featuring an eggplant colored
mohair fabric and walnut paneling with gothic church-window fabric
s. Nickel plated coach lamps illuminate the interior, and a small
window is placed in the center of the carved draperies for the
display of a Crucifix or Cross. There are extension rollers at the
rear loading door that pull out to ease the loading of the casket
into the funeral coach. You would never know this is a Buick.
S&S removed all references to the chassis maker, including the
glove box door insignia, grill badges, and even the hub caps. The
hub caps are engraved with the proud S&S initials in a
six-point shield. Carved? Cast. Aerodynamic art carved coach -
Buick straight 8.
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