April 4, 1968.

The day an assassin’s bullet forever silenced the voice of the most influential individual in civil rights history…

50 years later – his dream lives on.

Major Artifact of Civil Rights and American History, Considered a National Treasure

The 1966 Cadillac Superior Royale Coach that carried the body of the slain leader on the day of his assassination, April 4, 1968, during the first funeral service the following day, and later to the airport for transport to Atlanta, is a significant piece of American culture and history. With your help, we can secure this vital artifact and preserve it for future generations as a major museum exhibit.

We’re a mission to save history…


This is a significant piece of history, and history deserves to be preserved for future generations. Some things are vitally important for the world to see, and this is simply too important to NOT be displayed for posterity. That important artifact is the original 1966 Superior Royal Cadillac hearse used in Memphis for the original funeral service of Dr. Martin Luther King, on April 4th and 5th, 1968.

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