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    George Barris Signed Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Contract with Photos. A five-page contract dated February 6, 1969, between Licensing Corporation of America and Barris Kustom Industries, allowing the latter to fabricate and display replicas of the fantastic flying car from the 1968 feature film (based on the children's book by James Bond creator Ian Fleming), the road-going version of which was designed by Rowland Emmett and Ken Adam and built by Alan Mann Racing. The contract is initialed by Barris on each page and signed by him in blue ink on the last page, and is accompanied by three b&w 8" x 10" promo stills from the movie and two b&w 8" x 10" photos of a Barris replica. The contract is in Excellent condition, and the photos are in Very Fine condition with mild wear and curling. From the George Barris Archive.

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