2001 Vauxhall Omega (B2) Hearse

Direct to us from service until mid May-22; pokey 3.0 litre V6 example showing just 60,078 miles; room for one inside and ready for work or alternative play? 

Dating from June 2001 this Vauxhall Omega B2 based Hearse comes to us straight from service in Leeds and was driven directly to us ahead of this sale.

Built by Eagle Specialist Vehicles, in Statesman guise the car is powered by the sonorous and powerful 3.0 litre 24-valve X30XE V6 engine which develops 208bhp driving the rear wheels here via automatic transmission.

The car shows just 60,078 miles having seen service its whole life and presents well bar some minor micro-blistering to various panels as pictured.  In the back we find the traditional walnut load area with two hidden seats behind the front ones and ‘room for one inside’ in the back, along with a full length under load area storage and roof rack area.

Starting promptly and running well as we moved it around for these shots, it felt as it should, no doubt having benefited from a lifetime of being driven steadily.

The history file includes the V5C revealing just three former keepers to the current funeral director owner’s ten-year tenure. In addition, we find one old MOT and couple of bills for a new battery in June 2021 and a £935 spend in December 2021 on new brakes all round, new rear springs, new rear and middle exhaust section, an MOT and a new tyre.  The current MOT is valid until December 2022 which recorded two minor advisories (enter the reg at check-mot.service.gov.uk)

Ready for work or another lease of life, these Hearses have seen a multitude of re-applications given their cavernous load areas….

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Reg No: Y151DFC
Chassis Number: W0L0VBF6911063680
Engine Number: X30XE08528812
Engine Size: 2962
Docs: V5C; 2 bills; 1 old MOT; MOT May-23 with 2 advisories

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £3,000-4,000

Lot 58

Lot ended

Wednesday 22/06/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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