Casket Personalization Just Keeps Getting Crazier, Enter Cruisin Caskets
We have featured a number of different articles about new and crazy personalized caskets, but I believe the following caskets from Cruisin’ Caskets takes it a step further.
I was emailed a link last night that contained a number of different photos of Cruisin’ Caskets. You maybe asking “What the heck is Cruisin’ Caskets?”, well here is how they are described on their website:
Cruisin Caskets is the first and only of it’s kind. We are a casket fabricating company that creates custom car designs for the car lover that wants to leave this world in style. We are currently taking orders for the 1950’s style Merc coffin that is pictured above. Other styles are on a special order basis. The customization of these caskets are endless, perfect for those with their own particular tastes in cars.
Look below for a full photo gallery of pictures.
I am not sure how practical a casket like this is. I am not even sure you could fit it in the funeral home for viewing, but it sure does look sweet!
One cool thing about this casket is when you preneed it, the family can take it home and use it for other things until it is needed at the time of death. For example, the casket could be used as a huge cooler if the family also purchased the replaceable liner kit:
If you would like to see a full photo gallery you can visit the Cruisin Casket website: http://sites.google.com/site/cruisincaskets/home/gallery
On a serious level, I believe we are going to continue to see more and more of these types of products popping up as the consumer continues to demand more and more personalization.
What kinds of other products are you seeing that have a high level of personalization?
Latest posts by CDFuneralNews (see all)
- 5 Ways to Build Your Business - January 12, 2018
- Pinnacle Funeral Service acquires Two Wisconsin Funeral Groups - January 11, 2018
- NEW: Important Study Finds Formaldehyde Does Not Cause Cancer by Gene Mutation - January 10, 2018
You may be interested
5 Ways to Build Your BusinessCDFuneralNews - January 12, 2018
A death has occurred. There are two primary roles in this transaction—family member and funeral professional. Each player has needs,…
Pinnacle Funeral Service acquires Two Wisconsin Funeral GroupsCDFuneralNews - January 11, 2018
West Bend, Oshkosh and Omro, WI – Pinnacle Funeral Service is proud to announce its recent acquisition of Phillip Funeral…
NEW: Important Study Finds Formaldehyde Does Not Cause Cancer by Gene MutationCDFuneralNews - January 10, 2018
Report originally published by NFDA Recently, the Health and Human Services National Toxicology Program (NTP) announced the results of an…