A close friend runs a limo service in Oklahoma City, including livery hearses and six door limos for funeral service. Back in the '90s, LT1 FW 6 doors were where it was at, and I used to drive a few (and still dabble in buying and selling 'em when I can buy them right.) Man, there's nothing like running 100 mph in a hearse or limo!
Another good option might be what's called a 24 hour car - a six door with selenoid center doors, TV and bar areas covered by tambour doors, a center seat that flips to face forward or backwards, and usually a divider. For funeral use, the amenities are hidden, seat forward, and divider usually down. For night time use, seats face each other, bar is open, and divider is up (can be used 24 hours a day, hence the name.) These cars aren't terribly common, but not terribly desireable these days, either, so prices are extremely reasonable. If you can find one used more for funerals than VIP service with low miles, it might make you a good car. The six doors I drove can still pull 21 mpg on the highway!!!
Yeah, parking is a bit tight, but they're about the same length as a long bed extended cab pickup, so not monstrous.
[ 01-27-2007, 08:38 PM: Message edited by: Ruphrax ]