Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin Next Generation

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Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin Next Generation. Photo provided by www.carnut.com
A photo of the original Lil' Coffin that Dave built in the 1950s and the 1960s.
Dave Stuckey working on the right exhaust on the Next Generation Lil' Coffin in September 2010. Photo by Larry Sunner.
Left exhaust detail. Photo by Larry Sunner.
Photo by Larry Sunner.

The Lil' Coffin Next Generaton is a modern recreation of the legendary Lil' Coffin by Dave Stuckey. Unfortunately, Dave passed away before he was able to complete the build. In December of 2018 the car was owned by his two daughters who were in the process of trying to get some local car guys together to volunteer and try to get the car completed.[1]



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