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Mercedes-Benz 300 D Hearse Coleman Milne [F124]

Mercedes-Benz 300 D Hearse [F124] in Hetty Wainthropp Investigates, TV Series, 1996-1998 IMDB Ep. 1.3

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: DE

Mercedes-Benz 300 D Hearse Coleman Milne [F124]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2008-01-11 13:50

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Animatronixx DE

2008-01-11 14:19

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W124 before it was called "E-class" until about 1990. I assume that the funeral coach conversion has been carried out by Coleman Milne. In case I find out something different, I´ll let you know.

Sunbar UK

2008-01-11 14:42

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Current HPI data for WFS22


Make: MERCEDES
Year of manufacture: 1996
Model: E300D CLASSIC AUTO
Engine size(CC): 2996

Animatronixx DE

2008-01-11 15:24

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The base vehicle can impossibly be made in 1996. The front (grille, hood, bumper) looks like it was built until about 08/1990 BEFORE Mercedes Benz provided a facelift and renamed the whole series "E-class"... My former daily driver looked exactly the same and was also made before the facelift. So it´s rather an 300 D than an E 300 D. Could it be the year of manufacture refers to the conversion by CM? :??:

Sunbar UK

2008-01-11 16:39

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From your comments Animatronixx, I would say there are two vehicles. The one pictured followed by the registration being transferred to the newer 1996 model. This type of registration, without a year identifier, is commonly used by funeral companies so the age of the fleet of vehicles is not easily seen. 'WFS' will probably be "W(-something) Funeral Services".

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Animatronixx DE

2008-01-11 16:53

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That´s interesting. I didn´t know about this practice. Thanks for clearing up that matter. :)

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-01-11 16:57

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We had the same thing a while back with a wedding limousine.

Ingo DE

2008-01-11 19:07

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What would be correct over here, made in Germany or made in GB?

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sixcyl FR

2008-01-11 19:10

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I would say:

Model origin= germany
Built in = UK

Animatronixx DE

2008-01-12 20:47

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Animatronixx wrote I assume that the funeral coach conversion has been carried out by Coleman Milne. In case I find out something different, I´ll let you know.


100% approved: Coleman Milne.

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