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Auto World Barris Koach ( George Barris ) The Munsters 1/18 AW233

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August 2021
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Features :
Reference
AW233
EAN
0849398011805
State
In preorder
Product types
Replica
Made of
Metal/Die-cast
PVC
Scale
1/18
Size in cm
27
Description

In 1928 George Barris and his older brother Sam moved to Roseville, California and the two started creating Barris Brothers custom cars. Barris passion and business expanded over the years, garnered the attention of Hollywood, and this led to customizing cars for movies, television, and personal cars for the stars of the time, including Frank Sinatra, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Elvis Presley. The Barris Koach was built from three Model T bodies. The car was decked out with amazing details, including roll steel scrollwork, brass radiator, split radius rods and T-springs. It was an amazing undertaking, given that the scrollwork alone took 500 hours to complete. But Barris pulled it all together in just three weeks - meeting the studios deadline.

Black Paint

Highly Detailed Engine

Steerable Front Wheels

Red Flocked Interior

Precise, Accurate Interior & Complete Chassis

Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal

Opening Doors