The last of Ed Roths show cars, Druid Princess was commissioned by ABC for the Addams Family before the show was cancelled and the car was completed. It was found and restored by Roths son Darryl and re-finished by Fritz Schenck. This show-stopping custom will be offered for auction September 26 at RM Auctions Icons of Speed & Style event in Los Angeles, California. For further information, please visit http://www.rmauctions.com/FeatureCars-RW.cfm?SaleCode=RW09&CarID=r111&fc=0
Art of the Automobile Expert Symposium
The automobile is appreciated, analyzed, and enjoyed as veritable artwork
with insight from the expert panelists including: Leslie Keno, Senior
Fritz Schenck restores Ed Roth's Captain Pepi "Megacycle" .m4v
To contact Fritz for custom builds, restorations and paint email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816-322-2205. To see more of Fritz's work
www.spritzbyfritz.com. Fritz Schenck restores Ed Roth's "Captain Pepi" also
known as the "Megacycle". Special thanks to our beautiful pinup model Kat
Sound of fury: 1953 Gordini Type 24S
To be offered in Paris on February 5, 2014. Please see our detailed listing
for more photos and information:
Fritz Schenck DVD Build a Fiberglass Body at Home
email us to find out how to preorder before the end of march and get free
shipping. www.spritzbyfritz.com to order your 2 dvd set $25 almost 4 hours
long. Fritz takes you every step of the way. Wholesale prices available.
Also check out our website for our "How to Paint your Motorcycle at Home"
dvd and the other merchandise not to mention all the cool cars.
Recap: Art of the Automobile
Here's a recap of our record-setting Art of the Automobile show, held in
conjunction with Sotheby's at their New York showroom. Full results here:
Monaco 2014: 1958 Riva Tritone "Via"
Full details here: http://bit.ly/monacoRiva Two 175 hp Chris-Craft MCL-six
cylinder engines. Top speed: 69 km / h Length: 7.94 m Width: 2.62 m Weight:
Me and my dad see my dad's old car for the first time in 20 years.
He sold the car over 20+ years ago when he was an alcoholic. Said he
probably would have died in it. This is the first time he saw it since he
sold it over 20+ years ago. The car does look in relative good shape, we
have no idea what has been done with the car over the past 20 years. It
obviously wasn't sitting there for 20 years and nobody claims it to be. Pay
attention, people. 1964 Buick Rivera. 425 Wildcat V8 w/ 427 horsepower.
Rat Rod / rust appeal
Back Alley Filth doesn't get any better than this ratical machine ! Powered
by a fully built 463 Chevy engine, that cranks out 540 HP with nearly 600
Ft Pounds of Torque, you are assured a hard pounding ride. Slammed back in
the seat most of the forward view is the Ingelese Eight-Stack Manifold
capped with four Weber carbs. This chopped '31 Ford is hard to beat ! It's
truely a BEAST !!!
Fritz Schenck Collective Work
A collective work of cars and bikes Fritz has built, painted, pinstriped,
admired etc. Follow the road to insanity.
To see more of Fritz's work go to
www.spritzbyfritz.com or call 816-322-2205
For Spritz By Fritz merchandise http://spritzbyfritz.bigcartel.com/
1955 Jaguar D-Type
To be offered at RM's London sale, 8-9 September 2013. For further
information, please visit: http://bit.ly/13DqkiZ.
Dennis Roth Maxterion at SEMA
Lance Lambert and the "Vintage Vehicle Show" crew travel to the annual SEMA
show and visit with Dennis "Little Daddy" Roth and spray gun artist Bob
Spina. Dennis' Maxterion, a tribute car to his father "Big Daddy" Ed Roth,
is every bit as crazy and wonderful as anything that Ed built. Dennis talks
about helping his dad build the "Mysterion" and other "Rat Fink" creations.
WONDERFUL WORLD OF WHEELLS
Host Loyd Bridges takes you on a tour of motorsports in the 60's. Cobra
test at Riverside with Ken Miles, Shelby driver of the era. See the 007
Bond Astin Martin and Sean Connery; slot car racing; bubbletops; Craig
Breedlove at salt flats; classic drag racing big daddy Ed Roth George
Barris This is a 40 min. transport back in time. You will be light-headed
watching this show. It is the complete uncut version broadcast Thursday,
Sept 8, 1966, on CBS. This is a digital re-master directly from the film
print. It looks great!