During the 1960s, the advent of fiberglass led to a boom in radical custom cars. You know the names: George Barris, Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, Gene Winfield, Darryl Starbird, et al. But what 1960s custom car would you daily drive?
Seriously. Which one — of the multitude of customs from that era — would you drive daily? As you reruns-watchers will no doubt recall, Herman Munster drove his Barris-designed Munsters' Koach to his job at the "parlor" every day. Then again, he was a fictional character, while you have traffic and parking and askance-looking significant others to deal with. But why would any of that stop you? [Munsters' Koach pic via Barris.com]
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