Gothic mobile disco hearse hits the small screen

A WESTON man is set to appear on TV with his unusual vehicle - a gothic, mobile disco hearse.

A WESTON man is set to appear on TV with his unusual vehicle - a gothic, mobile disco hearse.

Leigh Ashworth, of Station Road, owns the car, which was filmed along with up and coming gothic band Sinagod, for the ITV programme Pulling Power.

The band members, from Wigan, are hoping to have a similar car transport them to their gigs.

The hearse was featured on the show as an example of a powerful and alternative car.


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Leigh, aged 37, said: "It was a really good day and the car always grabs loads of attention when it's on the road."

In February, Leigh got married in a gothic ceremony at Wookey Hole Caves, for which his wife, Rosalind, turned up in a similar limousine hearse.

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Since then he has bought the gothic limousine business and his cars have featured in a TV advert for Iron Bru.

Leigh said: "I only bought the gothic limousine business three weeks ago and have already had numerous enquiries. It's all really starting to happen for me now.

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