Lil' Coffin II
Lil' Coffin II is a tribute to Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin built by Ron Englert for Ron Kilmer of Springfield, Missouri. Ron Kilmer grew up in Wichita, Kansas as a kid and watched Stuckey turn his daily driver into the Lil' Coffin.
Donated to The Garage
April 3, 2022, Ron Kilmer passed away. After he passed away, the family donated the Lil' Coffin II to The Garage museum in Salina, Kansas. In May of 2022, the car was displayed in the Kustom Kemps of America wing.
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