Movie & TV Car Show
Selfie PHOTO OPS Available with each of the cars for a fee.
Professional Photo Op includes One 8×10 color glossy photo.
Micky Dolenz of The Monkees with the Monkeemobile Professional Photo Ops On Sale
Butch Patrick of The Munsters with the Munsters Koach & Dragula Professional Photo Ops On Sale
Photo Op times for Micky and Butch with the cars are: Friday June 30 at 6:00 pm; Saturday July 1 at Noon and 4:00 pm; Sunday July 2 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. Arrive at the Photo Op area with the Cars 15 minutes prior to start time.
This Photo Op purchase does NOT INCLUDE EVENT ADMISSION which must be purchased separately. No Refunds
The Monkeemobile is a modified Pontiac GTO that was designed and built by designer Dean Jeffries for The Monkees, a pop-rock band and television program. The car features a split two-piece windshield, a touring car convertible top, modified rear quarter panels and front fenders, exaggerated tail lamps, set of four bucket seats and an extra third row bench where there was originally a trunk, a rear-mounted parachute and a GTO emblem on the front grille.
The Munsters Koach
The Munster Koach is the family car that was used in the television series, The Munsters. The show's producers contracted George Barris to provide the Koach. Barris paid show car designer Tom Daniel $200 to design the car, and had it built at Barris Kustoms, first by Tex Smith, but finished by Dick Dean, his shop foreman at the time. The Munster Koach appeared in over twenty episodes throughout the series' two-year run, and was also seen in Munster, Go Home! using different wheels. Tom Daniel's original drawing of the Munster Koach had it supercharged with a hood scoop and thin, round disc lights. Barris chose the ten-carburetor setup with the ten air horns and lantern lights.
The Munsters Dragula
DRAG-U-LA, along with the Munster Koach, was one of two cars on the television show The Munsters designed by prolific show car designer Tom Daniel while working for George Barris and Barris Kustom Industries.
The Delorean Time Machine
In the Back to the Future franchise, the DeLorean time machine is a time travel device made by retrofitting a DMC DeLorean vehicle with a flux capacitor, which allows for time travel when it hits 88 miles per hour.
In the original Knight Rider series, the character of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) was physically embodied as a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am. KITT was designed by customizer Michael Scheffe. The convertible and super-pursuit KITTs were designed and built by George Barris.
Scott Jezak's SHOWER POWER Bath Tub Show Car
In the grand tradition of the show rods of the 1950s and ’60s was Shower Power, a 1947 American-Standard clawfoot bath tub entered by Scott Jezak, of Tiverton, Rhode Island. The tub features a high-compression Chevy 283 “drag” V-8 backed up by a “slingshot dragster” Powerglide transmission and an 8-inch Ford rear with 4.11s.