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1965 Ford Mustang Zebra by George Barris

1965 Ford Mustang Zebra in Get Smart, TV Series, 1965-1970 IMDB Ep. 1.10+

Class: Cars, Custom — Model origin: US

1965 Ford Mustang Zebra by George Barris

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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3loader RU

2010-08-15 23:44

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Mustang?

an_unusual_eye US

2010-08-15 23:46

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i think so...

tv boy US

2010-08-16 00:28

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This is apparently the Dick Winfield kustom user SirTweakaLot describes in the movie comments. I also think it started life as a '65 Ford Mustang fastback but since it was so heavily customized (and since a guess I made on another kustom once provoked a fierce argument), I wasn't sure how to classify it.

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It also appears in ep. 1.9:

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-- Last edit: 2010-08-16 00:35:53

badlymad CA

2010-08-16 05:30

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I've listed the marque as Custom Made for now, until someone can provide more information.

14stutz US

2010-08-29 07:10

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It's a 65 Mustang custom modified by George Barris and Richard "Korky" Korkes for Frank Sinatra to drive in the film "Marriage on the Rocks". Nose is stretched 10 inches and features 4 stacked Cibie headlights (a favorite of Barris before rectangular headlamps were the norm).

Ref: Barris Customs of the 1960, by Geo. Barris and DavidFetherston, 2002 MBI Publishing Pg. 109.
Also: Cars of the Stars by Geo. Barris and Jack Scagnetti, 1974 JD Publishing. Pg 119 & 134.

Look on the "Marriage on the Rocks" page here...it's listed as Mustang Zebra.

-- Last edit: 2010-09-07 20:48:20

tv boy US

2010-09-05 15:16

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Thanks for the info, Stutz, the curiosity was getting to me.

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