The fallen heroes were flown into RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, where relatives laid roses on the hearses
More than 2,000 well-wishers and fellow servicemen lined the streets in Carterton, Oxfordshire, as a convoy of hearses
bearing the men's coffins paused at a memorial garden near RAF Brize Norton.
The research showed more than 50 per cent of drivers had seen other motorists cutting up hearses
, breaking into procession lines or flinging hand gestures.
17 meters long, shorter than the 7-meter length of commonly used hearses
, so it is easy to handle, Mitsuoka said.
It has always been said in the family that we the Hearses
are distantly related to the Hearsts of America - William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate.
Family Funeral Homes, which bought one of the hearses
for $100,000, told the Associated Press.
Although horse-drawn hearses
have hit the big time in England and have been used for funeral ceremonies of the rich and famous, they still remain a distant memory in Ireland's past.
Ochoa once said he wanted to be buried in a sharkskin suit and his red bowling shirt, after a last trip in his hearse
with a parade of hearses
behind him, Kendall said.
Oban-based Mr Howie confessed: "You're not supposed to carry bikes in the back of hearses
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IT'S the last journey you will ever take so a Northern Ireland couple are trying to make sure people's funerals get noticed - with customised hearses
Drivers and empty hearses
led by two Belgian blacks - the traditional jet black horses used for processions - will compete to be best in Britain in Bakewell, Derbyshire.