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Custom and Classic Car Show Video

This special custom car event video includes:

  • the Barris Munsters Koach made famous in the 1960s TV series
  • an interview with Butch "Eddie Munster" Patrick
  • an interview with Brett Barris of Barris Kustom Productions
  • 11 featured custom and classic cars and interviews with owners
  • Hot Rod Magazine's 55th Anniversary cover car


Barris Munsters Koach (custom/no interview), built in 1964 for the Munsters television series, 18 feet long, made from 3 Model-T bodies, completed in 21 days at a cost of $18,000, Mustang Cobra 289, you've never seen this car this CLOSE, we captured all the details!

1932 Chevrolet Roadster (custom/no interview), Larry Erickson's Hot Rod magazine January 2003 55th anniversary cover car, quintessential Ford custom!

1934 Ford 2-Door Sedan (custom), all-steel car, rebuilt from the ground up, red, cloth interior, owner kept the original manual windows that crank up and down and back and forth (to create a "vent"), beautiful custom car!

1950 Chevrolet Wagon Deluxe (custom), hydraulics, 350 engine, Dayton wheels, all chrome accessories (bumper guards, etc.), luggage rack, special woodgrain paint trim (from a distance the car looks like a woodie), a really nice tricked out custom!

1950 Oldsmobile Holiday Super 88 (stock), originally a Bettendorf Iowa (Iowa's Most Exciting City) car, one of 14, 000 manufactured in Lansing Michigan, 1950 was the first year for the General Motors V8 and the Olds were used as NASCAR racers

1951 Mercury Custom ("Best-of-Show" Winner), "Sundance," originally a coupe, lowered 41/2 inches, grill is from a 1953 Desoto, Cadillac tail lights, rear bumper from a 1953 Buick, air bags, white tuck and roll interior, Carson removable hardtop, vinyl top with French seems, 7-stage custom paint, Dick Dean did the channeling, Eddie Martinez did the interior, and Bill Hines did the rear bumper and tail lights

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air (mostly stock), Ferrari red, original-style interior, 350 engine, 350 transmission, a really gorgeous '57!

1958 Chevrolet Biscayne Pro Street (custom), purple!, 427 engine, 350 turbo transmission, 700 horsepower, a 4,000 pound "lead sled," owner based the $54,000 project on a painting by a friend

1959 Cadillac Sedan DeVille tow car, shortened 1959 Cadillac trailer topped by a 1959 BMW Isetta 300 (stock cars/custom trailer), you've got to see this one to believe it, a home-built work-in-progress

1960 Pontiac Bonneville (custom), completely and beautifully restored and customized, custom paint, tuck and roll interior, air bags, 20 inch wheels, featured in magazines

1961 Oldsmobile Starfire (stock), one of 7,600 manufactured, high performance engine, leather bucket seats, console with shifter and tach, power windows, pristine ground-up restoration (this car was my favorite)

1964 Chevrolet Impala (mostly stock), fully restored, family project, chromed engine, spoked wheels, a really nice clean classic chevy

1966 Ford Thunderbird convertible (stock), the last T-Bird convertible, red, roadster-style rear seat cover


This Southern California car show event benefitted the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Orange County



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