I'll bet you didn't think this thing actually starts up. Andy Perillo fires
it up and it works!. It better. He built tis rerpro.
The Original Munsters Drag-U-La races the Boot Hill Express!
Watch the Original Munsters Drag-U-La, race the Boot Hill Express, a Stage
Coach Hearse at the Autoseum, Automotive Teaching Museum!
The Drag-U-La is currently house at the Autoseum so we decided that it was
time this dragster hit the streets, so we ask one of our local supporters
to bring down his home built Boot Hill express so the coffin could still
race a hearse.
The Drag-U-La is the fully restored car built by George Barris and used by
Grandpa Munster, Al Lewis, in the TV series The Munsters. This is the car
most famous for the episode "Hot Rod Herman" where races the Munsters
For more more videos and information on the Autoseum check out of Facebook
page at Facebook.com/Autoseum.
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
Mad Max - Last V8 - Just Damned Cool!
March 22, 2008 - Met up with Justice again for some patrolling around the
mean streets of Lewisville.
Another fine film by Justice, who runs Maxrockatansky.org.
The 1966 Batmobile ....The Movie
One of the stars of the TV show Batman was the Batmobile. Here is a
compilation video of all of the gadgetry that was seen on the show.
p.s. thanks to N8 from www.StarCarCentral.com for his editing tips
The New Driver's Seat - George Barris
Patrick Maliha visits the British Columbia Custom & Classic Car Show.
The biggest names in the automotive scene join forces with expert
automotive journalists to bring you the next generation in automotive
television: The New Driver's Seat.
Famous Hollywood cars roll into auto show
The Batmobile, Speed Racer Mach 5 and MonkeeMobile are among the famous
cars the Dezer Collection is showing at the New York International Auto
Show. Videojournalist: Jose Moreno
Car Room TV: Clips! Round 2 "Munster Koach" and "Drag-U-La"
No red blooded American kid ever missed the end credits for each episode of
"The Munsters" - or they'd miss George Barris' kustom "Munster Koach" as it
hauled into view with the whole Munster family perched inside, and on the
outlandish (and hysterically unsafe) high rear bench seat. Pairing the
Koach with its equally kreepy "Drag-U-La" - literally a coffin on wheels -
Round 2 has brought out two of the most famous cars in TV land.