Dragula Vs. Koach 05 EMEK

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Tue Jan 23, 2007 1:30 am

These are signed by Goerge Barris and EMEK.

"On The Munsters, Grandpa Munster created Dragula to win back The Munster Koach after Herman lost it in a drag race."

"The 1966 movie [Munster Go Home] featured Herman Munster driving Dragula in a cross-country race, surviving various attempts on his life until at the very end of the movie he wins the race by sliding backwards across the finish line because of an oil slick."

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"The body was Fiberglass built in the shape of a coffin and featured a 350HP 360CI Ford Mustang V-8 engine, with a four-speed stick shift. The engine had two four-barrel carburetors and got 4 miles to the gallon. The two rear tires were 11-inch Firestone racing slicks mounted on custom 10-inch Rader aluminum wheels. Each hubcap was decorated with a large silver spider. The front tires were Speedsport English buggy wire wheels on 4-inch Italian tires. Rather than use traditional exhaust pipes, Barris installed four organ pipes on each side of the car, and mounted antique lamps on the front and rear to extend the gothic motif. The front of the vehicle sported a marble gravestone with the words: "Born 1367, Died ?".
Dragula reportedly was able to go between 160mph and 180mph and had a functioning parachute it used to stop. The driver sat in the rear of the vehicle behind the engine, under a plastic bubble."
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Some are signed by both Emek & George Barris. Some are signed by Emek only.
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