This year is the 125th anniversary of the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. The college is having their homecoming and anniversary celebration this weekend and including classic professional car show. "What!", you say. Well, the professional car is loosely defined as a custom-bodied vehicle, based on passenger car styling, and used in the funeral, rescue or livery services. Such vehicles may be hearses, flower cars, service cars, ambulances, limousines, or cars which are special built to combine two or more of these different functions, such as combination hearse-ambulances, sedan ambulances. I should think that this would include classic taxicabs such as the London Taxi and the huge Checker Cab. If I am wrong I stand corrected. Also this weekend The Professional Car Society is also having their 31st Annual International Meet in Los Angles, California. International it is with chapters all over the United States plus Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. If you would have any interest, and interesting they are, in this type of automotive history or their shows you can contact them at: