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Pictures of Barris Kustoms cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.
2005 Dodge Magnum Barris Kustom
|2005 Dodge Magnum Barris Kustom|
2005 Dodge Magnum Barris Kustom Auction Sale Price: $57,200 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1243 The most elegantly designed Barris coach built Dodge Magnum station wagon. Designed by Barris, includes four Vertical Doors and a full top canvas power sunroof, 4-way air lift suspension system, 24" wheels in the rear, 22" wheels in the front with low profile tires. Grille is kustom V-designed chrome plated slated bars. Upholstery is a uniquely designed two tone suede interior in yellow and black with the Barris signature embroidered into material. This car is powered by the original 6-cyclinder Dodge engine. Exterior paint is two tone in yellow and silver pear with pin stripping and painted slotted headlights and taillights. This Dodge Magnum was featured with actor, Joe Mantegna last year in a Barris television pilot shot by Chief 33 Productions.
2008 Dodge Challenger Barris Kustom Coupe Vanishing Point
|2008 Dodge Challenger Barris Kustom Coupe Vanishing Point|
2008 Dodge Challenger Barris Kustom Coupe Vanishing Point Auction Sale Price: $59,400 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1552.2 In June, 2008, Steve Sanderson of Sanderson's Customs & Conversions signed a deal with George Barris, the King of Kustomizing, known for the most recognized car in the world, the Batmobile, to produce limited edition Kustomized Dodge Challengers. Sanderson purchased two Chalengers in 2008 as George Barris worked on the design of the cars. The second car in the series of Challengers is the Vanishing Point, which is named after the 1970's movie "The Vanishing Point" that introduced the Challenger to audiences. This car was wrapped from bumper to bumper with custom fabricated Carbon Fiber stripe kit which includes an integrated hood scoop. George Barris worked with Sherwin Williams Planet Color paint products to have a triple color paint scheme with hand painted stripe to bring the colors together. Other cosmetic additions include custom wheels from ICE, 20" wheels in the front and 22" wheels in the rear. Custom interior with suede inserts with George Barris's signature engraved in the seats, headlight covers, molded in rear spoiler, Pistol-grip gear shift an sunroof. The Vanishing Point has yellow window tint, billet aluminum pieces in the interior and engine compartment. The engine also has a custom painted intake. 3,380 actual miles.
1995 Eclipse - Actual Fast and Furious Film Car
|1995 Eclipse - Actual Fast and Furious Film Car |
1995 Eclipse - Actual Fast and Furious Film Car Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The Star Cars Museum in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Barris Kustoms 1940 Ford Hot Rod Coupe
|Barris Kustoms 1940 Ford Hot Rod Coupe|
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com Barris Kustoms 1940 Ford Hot Rod Coupe 70,000 LotNumber 1225 A 1940 Ford chopped coupe found in a chicken ranch barn in Yucaipa, CA. Restored to preserve the Kustom features of the find including shaved drip rails and door handles, frenched head and taillights, leaded molded fenders and 6 -7" chop from the original Ford lines. Chromed Radir single ribbed wheels added with chromed De Soto bumpers. Ford Flathead rebuilt with original speed equipment and Offenhouser heads. Eddie Meyer custom intake, LaSalle 3-speed transmission and Lincoln brakes. Paint and striping by E-Dog of Riverside and interior by Kiwi Kustoms also of Riverside. Along the way of this project, the find was documented and authenticated by George Barris as a part of Barris Industries permanent collection. Not a copy. An original one-of-a-kind.
2004 Pontiac GTO Convertible George Barris Custom
|2004 Pontiac GTO Convertible George Barris Custom |
2004 Pontiac GTO Convertible George Barris Custom Location: The Orange Plaza Car Show in Orange, California. Date: April 19, 2005 Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Keywords: pictures photos classic american car
1949 Ford 2-Door George Barris Custom Street Rod
|1949 Ford 2-Door George Barris Custom Street Rod |
1949 Ford 2-Door George Barris Custom Street Rod Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The Masters Ultimate Car Show in Knoxville, Tennessee, July 22, 2005. Keywords: pictures photos
2003 Mustang Cobra Barris Kustom Ranchero
|2003 Mustang Cobra Barris Kustom Ranchero|
2003 Mustang Cobra Barris Kustom Ranchero Auction Sale Price: $44,000 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1243.1 This car has been completely kustomized with Vertical doors, limousine rear window, dual headrests and tonneau cover over a pick-up styled bed built out of one piece of stainless steel. Barris designed Kustom coachwork from front to rear including wheels, painted slotted headlights and taillights, scoops with an enclosed blue plastic hood scoop over the Supercharger. Paint is in triple tones of blue, silver and pearl with pin striping. This car was featured in the Car Crazy tv show, shot at the Barris's Cruisin' Back to the 50's car show in Culver City.
2008 Dodge Challenger Sanderson-Barris Kustom Red Demon Coupe
|2008 Dodge Challenger Sanderson-Barris Kustom Red Demon Coupe|
2008 Dodge Challenger Sanderson-Barris Kustom Red Demon Coupe Auction Sale Price: $83,600 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1563 In June, 2008, Steve Sanderson of Sanderson's Customs & Conversions signed a deal with George Barris, the King of Kustomizing, known for the most recognized car in the world, the Batmobile, to produce limited edition Kustomized Dodge Challengers. Sanderson purchased two Chalengers in 2008 as George Barris worked on the design of the cars. The first car is known as the Red Demon. This is the Number 1 Prototype available exclusively at Barrett-Jackson. The design dictated all fabrication be done in metal, which includes 1 1/2" fender flares, 2 1/2" quarter flares with custom metal rockers that tie the two together. The custom paint, designed by George Barris thru Sherwin Williams Planet Color, demanded that the Red Demon would change colors according to light. Custom Carbon Fiber hood scoop and wings were added according to Mr. Barris' design. Another feature of the Red Demon includes vertical doors, the first Challenger to have them, which were fabricated by Vertical Doors in Corona, California. The custom interior has a leather wrapped dash and leather inserts that embraces Mr. Barris' signature. Other cosmetic additions include headlight covers, grille, ICE wheels which are 20" in the front and 22" in the rear. Custom audio system includes custom stereo, amp and kicker box. The Red Demon also has Air Ride by Air Ride Technologies, red tint on the windows, billet aluminum in the interior and engine compartment which also includes a Carbon Fiber engine cover and a custom painted intake. George Barris signed the dash at SEMA, 2008. Pictures will be provided. 1,522 Actual Miles.
66 Batmobile (Car 2) With George Barris
|66 Batmobile (Car 2) With George Barris |
66 Batmobile (Car 2) With George Barris Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: February 9, 2007 Location: The World Of Wheels Car Show in Atlanta, Georgia.
1966 Mustang Convertible Barris Custom - Sonny Bono
|1966 Mustang Convertible Barris Custom - Sonny Bono|
1966 Mustang Convertible Barris Custom - Sonny Bono Auction Sale Price: $75,350 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 1290.1 The original Sonny & Cher Mustangs customized when new for Sonny & Cher by George Barris. Recently restored and complete with an extensive collection of Sonny & Cher memorabilia. In 1965 Sonny & Cher burst upon the music scene with their number one debut single, "I Got You Babe". Their debut album, "Look at Us", rode the Billboard chart at number two for eight weeks at the end of 1965. Their enthusiasm and vitality embodied the growing youth culture, a phenomenon which Ford captured with its Mustang in 1964. Ford blended the two by pulling two 1966 Mustang Convertibles with nearly consecutive serial numbers from the San Jose assembly line for Sonny & Cher, giving them to George Barris, the legendary "King of the Kustomizers", to personalize reflecting the onstage personas of Sonny and Cher. According to Barris TV and Movie Cars by George Barris with David Featherstone both Mustangs were factory-equipped with powertrains consisting of the proven 289cid small block V8 engine, as well as a C4 automatic transmission. Externally, both cars received flared wheel wells, dual simulated hood scoops, as well as flush-mounted and repositioned door handles. In addition, frontal styling was highly modified with twin openings, as well as rectangular headlights. This theme was duplicated at the rear, with a pair of wide Ford Thunderbird tail lights, foreshadowing their ultimate use on the 1967-1968 Shelby Mustangs. Meanwhile, both cars were fitted with unique Rader custom wheels, with Sonny's car using a five-spoke design, while Cher's wheels displayed an intricate, multi-spoked pattern. Both cars received 40 coats of lacquer paint for the exterior finish, a Barris trademark, with Sonny's car sporting Murano Gold Pearl adorned by dark brown side panels, as well as an orange and gold fade-away treatment over the wheel wells and grille openings. Cher's Mustang features a hot pink pearl finish, blended with Candy Red, deep red side panels and a matching fade-away treatment. The grille of Sonnys's car features "egg crate" inserts. Cher's Mustang displays a cross-pattern grille design. The interiors are even more flamboyant. Sonny's Mustang is upholstered with Bobcat fur and antique buff leather trimmed with rustic suede. Cher's car features white Ermine fur and black antique Scottish leather upholstery, trimmed in hot pink suede. In addition, both cars are fitted with opulent three-inch long Mouton fur carpeting, with Sonny's in gold, Cher's in hot pink. It is hard to imagine anything more emblematic of sixties flair and flash than the Sonny & Cher Mustangs. Today these famous Mustangs display very low mileage and have recently received cosmetic restorations to return them to their distinctive original 1966 configuration. They have been inspected by George Barris and he has enthusiastically endorsed their presentation.