An inedible stew of visual lunacy much of which I concocted with my own three hands.
Built by Ed Roth, Maywood, California. Interior by Martinez of Los Angeles, California.Paint by Watson of Los Angeles, CaliforniaPowered by two Ford Thunderbird 406 EnginesLike a great many Roth vehicles all show and no go; it barely worked constantly broke. Torn apart for parts after about a year.Some dudes recreation belowhttp://www.galpinautosports.com/2011/01/roths-mysterion/.
You mean "Big Daddy" - lots of great info Mr. X. Thanks !My first introduction to Roth was when I was 9-years old. Daytona Beach, Florida. I was on vacation with my parents, sister, cousins, aunts and uncles - 1971. Even though there were a dozen bikers hanging out in front, I made my dad take me into The Purple Banana - (looking back - it was a head shop) black-light posters, strange incense, weird pipes in a display case and yes, Rat Fink emblazed upon a surfboard. I was hooked ever since.
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