Most Iconic TV Cars of the 1960s and 1970s

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Model T Ford Munster Koach “The Munsters” (1964–1966)
A family right out of the groovy 1960s, the Munsters were a hilarious American gothic horror show that happened to live right down the street — a little weird, a little scary, but always good for a laugh. And what a family car they drove. Designed by the undisputed king of TV cars George Barris, the Munster Koach was a ghoulish favorite of hot-rod obsessed kids — of all ages. An extension of this peculiar family, the Koach is constructed from of a Model T Ford chopped and elongated into a hearselike bit of horrific kit. Viewers were never quite sure who was scarier — Fred Gwynne as the Frankensteinish family patriarch Herman Munster, or the Koach itself.

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