Hearse and Limousines

Pearce Funeral Services are the only funeral director in Swindon to provide Jaguar funeral vehicles as standard.

Our fleet is meticulously maintained, and we have a hearse and up to four limousines routinely available. The fleet can be expanded further if required.

3 Limousines

Horse Drawn Carriages 

For a more traditional funeral we can provide horse drawn carriages with a white or black carriage and matching horses.

White Horse Drawn Hearst


Black Horse Drawn Hearst

Specialist Vehicles

As well as the Jaguars we can also provide something special or out of the ordinary.

Our Morris Minor has proved popular with those looking to give their loved one a last trip down memory lane.

Black Morris Minor Hearst - front view

Trudy the Morris Traveller allows your loved one’s final journey to be made in a classic car and a Morris Minor in particular.

You will have the reassurance that your loved one will be in the company of fellow Moggy enthusiasts, in the only purpose-built Morris Minor hearse in the UK, rebuilt and converted to a high standard and with loving care.

Black Morris Minor Hearst - rear view

The are sometimes preferred for a loved one who was fond of taking to the open road on two wheels.

motorcycle and sidecar

The Rolls-Royce Phantom VII based hearses we can provide are most modern Rolls-Royce hearses in the world. Commissioned and built by a well-known Italian coach builder these offer a luxurious and truly special experience.

Rolls-Royce Phantom VII based hearses

Originally owned by a titled Nottinghamshire family in the 1930s as a convertible, this vehicle has worked in London as a Hearse and been part of a private collection in America. Now fully restored in masons black it can be complimented by a 1928 Phantom II Hooper Limousine. 

Vintage restored hearst in masons black

Finished in black, and available with matching limousines, this traditional Hearst is built on the last true limousine manufactured by Rolls-Royce in 1969. Following conversion to a hearse this vehicle was most famously part of the fleet that conducted the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales. 

 traditional Hearst

This London Transport 1965 Routemaster bus had the fleet number RML 2262 and was in service on the routes 14 and 22. There is a deck fitted downstairs to accommodate the coffin with 48 passengers (or 72 passengers without a coffin).

Transport 1965 Routemaster bus

Only Fools & Horses trailer hearse.

Only Fools & Horses trailer hearse.

Land Rover Defenders

Black Land Rover Defenders
Land Rover Defenders

Leyland Beaver 1950’s lorry as hearse.  Any type of coffin can be accommodated of any shape or size and two coffins can be carried side by side allowing people who have passed away together to be carried together.

Land Rover Defenders

VW Camper Van Hearse

VW Camper Van Hearse



Thank you for the excellent service you have given me over the last 5 or 6 weeks. You were a pleasure to deal with both during the planning process when your suggestions were always pertinent and helpful (and we were even able to enjoy a little humour!!) right the way through to the events on the 15th & 16th December when everything was done perfectly – just as we had discussed. 

Thank you, John, – your help was much appreciated.


I chose Pearce Funeral Services from the internet yellow pages. From the time I rang to make the enquiry John Pearce could not have been more helpful or sympathetic. My husband’s body needed to be brought from Wales to Swindon for the cremation and this was dealt with dignity and compassion as were the rest of the arrangements. 

John Pearce dealt with the cremation with professionalism, dignity and sympathy which impressed family and friends alike. I would have no hesitation in recommending Pearce Funeral Services to anyone who wants the best possible farewell to a loved one.


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