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About Coleman Milne

Coleman Milne is a coachbuilder in the UK that specialises in converting cars into funeral vehicles, stretched limousines, preparation of police vehicles and other specialist vehicles. It has traditionally used Ford vehicles, such as the Granada and Scorpio, as well as the Australian Ford LTD.


Current vehicles produced include:

  • Ford Cardinal Hearse
  • Ford Grosvenor Limousine
  • Ford Dorchester Limousine
  • The Norwood Hearse
  • Saab 9-5-based Hearse/Limousine
  • Mercedes E-Class-based Hearse/Limousine
  • Fairline Estate Removal Vehicle


Coleman Milne was founded by Roderick Milne and John Coleman in 1953. At first they specialised in vehicle body repairs and horse boxes. They quickly found a niche in using those skills to create limousines and funeral hearses. In 1992 a management buy out resulted in becoming a trading division under the holding company name of Woodall Nicholson Limited.



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