Grandpa Munster was a sucker for a rail job. At least, that's what George Barris must have considered when he built the car that became Grandpa's vampiric ride for the 1960s TV show, "The Munsters." According to the seller, this car is one of nine built for the show. Its pedigree, the seller says, can be documented, and it's got a small-block Chevy engine, Turbo 350 transmission with a B&M shifter and a Chevy rear-end of unknown final drive. Additions include a new radiator, electric fan, electric fuel pump, two Holly 650 cfm carbs, Offenhauser cross ram intake, polished valve covers also a new super starter. Sleeps one — in peace.
Dad, Can I Borrow the Rod?: Cars of Famous TV Fathers [internal]