1966 Ed Roth "Druid Princess"

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

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