A Butch Patrick Chain-Link Bicycle from "The Munsters." CBS Television, 1964-1966. A 1964 Schwinn Sting-Ray customized by George Barris [famous 'King of the Kustomizers' who created many well-known cars for campy TV series and movies], Skip Barrett, and Von Dutch [infamous pinstriper, mechanic, and metal fabricator]; major modifications to bike include a gold-painted chain-link frame, a chopper style sissy bar, custom chopper-style handlebars, a maroon velvet upholstered banana seat, and brass molding designs on the fenders; with its original tires and tubes; made for the child actor as he portrayed "Eddie Munster" and though it was never used on an episode, Patrick did ride it in the Hollywood Santa Parade [now called the Hollywood Christmas Parade]; included is an auction catalogue, other types of relevant paperwork, and a few color snapshots of Butch Patrick (as an adult) riding this bike. (Please note there is some paint loss evident on the frame due to age.) Requires third party shipping.
    Approximately: 43" x 38" x 30"

    This bicycle was originally sold in the Rick Cole Auctions auction titled Pacific Auto Rental and Movieworld, Sale 4400, August 18, 1985, Lot P-E. Before this auction, the bike was on display throughout the 1970s at the now-defunct but beloved 'Movieworld: Cars of the Stars' museum in Buena Park, California where lowbrow artists like Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth and Von Dutch hung out and hand-painted funky signs for the museum's car displays.

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