Finished in traditional black, the British built vehicles provide the very best in passenger comfort, design, spaciousness and technology.
Kevin Scott, East of England Co-op funeral director, says: “When planning a funeral, it’s the little things that make a difference, and choosing a vehicle is often one of the first things people do.
“I am honoured that we are able to help families with the final stage of their loved one’s journey and these classic cars are synonymous with our own high standards.”
Andrew Dawes, head of specialist services at the East of England Co-op, comments: “Our continued investment in our funeral services is part of our strategy to be the funeral directors of choice across the region.”
The two new vehicles further strengthen the funeral fleet of vehicles to 11, which includes: hearses, limousines and a bespoke vehicle to accommodate disabled passengers.