TURQUOISE TERRORS AT ROAMIN RELICS CAR SHOW – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 695 – Fireball and Ken head to Channel Islands Harbor in a 1938 Ford Convertible from The Murphy Museum. Check out tons of Turquoise Terrors at Roamin Relics Car Show. Then, some Fireball Inspiration.

#RoaminRelics is a local #CarClub inclusive to pre -1979 American Cars.

We operate as a non-profit organization and contribute to a variety of local charities.

We are recognized by our fellow rodders as being one of the most generous car clubs (considering it’s size) in Southern California.

In past years we have been awarded both 1st and 2nd place winners of the prestigious “Golden Rule Award” from EAGLE products.

2016 marked our 37th year of hosting the Annual Roam’n Relics #CarShow.

Currently held in #ChannelIslandsHarbor, CA, where over 500 participants from all over Southern California come to show off their great cars, make new friends and have a great time.

This annual event is attended by thousands of spectators every year and helps generate monies which are distributed by the Roam’n Relics Car Club to a variety of needy charities throughout the #VenturaCounty Area.

The Roam’n Relics Car Club also regularly attends a variety of smaller car shows and local events as well as meeting as a group at one of our members house or gathering spots to socialize, share information, and have a great time with family and friends.


WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE GEORGE BARRIS BATMOBILE? – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 675 – Fireball mishmashes an episode today, resulting in something happening to the BATMOBILE & MUNSTER KOACH! WATCH BELOW!

The Batmobile is the fictional car driven by the superhero Batman in American comic books published by DC Comics.

The Batmobile made its first appearance in Detective Comics #27 (May, 1939).

Housed in the Batcave, which the Batmobile accesses through a hidden entrance, the heavily armored, weaponized vehicle is used by Batman in his crime-fighting activities.

The look of the Batmobile has varied over time, but since its earliest appearances, the car has had a prominent bat motif, typically including distinctive wing-shaped tailfins.

Depictions of the vehicle have evolved along with the character, with each incarnation reflecting evolving car technologies. It has been portrayed as having many uses, such as vehicular hot pursuit, prisoner transportation, anti-tank warfare, riot control, and as a mobile crime lab.

In some depictions, the Batmobile is able to be driven unmanned or remotely operated. The car has appeared in every Batman iteration—from comic books and television to films and video games—and has since become part of pop culture.

The Munsters is an American sitcom depicting the home life of a family of benign monsters starring Fred Gwynne as Frankenstein’s monster-type head-of-the-household Herman Munster, Yvonne De Carlo as his wife, Lily Munster, Al Lewis as Grandpa and Beverly Owen (later re-placed by Pat Priest) as their teenage niece, and Butch Patrick as son Eddie Munster.

The series was a satire of both traditional monster movies and the wholesome family fare of the era, and was produced by the creators of Leave It to Beaver.

It ran concurrently with the similarly macabre themed The Addams Family and achieved higher figures in the Nielsen ratings.

The series originally aired on Thursday at 7:30 pm on CBS from September 24, 1964, to May 12, 1966; 70 episodes were produced.

George Barris (born George Salapatas; November 20, 1925 – November 5, 2015) was an American designer and builder of many famous Hollywood custom cars, most notably the Munster Koach and 1966 Batmobile.


You may know by now that Fireball had a severe Camera Malfunction. So, today it’s the Best Cars in BLACK! CLICK TO WATCH! New Vlogs start Friday including MOVIE CARS, WHEELS AND WAVES & what Fireball’s driving BELOW! a 1938 Hot Rodded Ford Convertible from THE MURPHY AUTO MUSEUM!

About the 1938 FORD… The 1938 recession hurt Ford sales, as did Ford’s continuing of the 1937 cars, including most body panels.

1938 DeLuxe models were differentiated with a heart-shaped grille, though standard models retained the 1937 look.

The fading Slantback sedan design was cancelled for good. Only a V8 was offered, either a 60 hp V8 or an 85 hp V8. A new dash was used, with recessed controls for safety.

The 1938 trucks were finally updated, having continued with 1935 looks. Changes included a vertical oval grille and substantial fenders and bumpers.