The Car That Ate My Brain
Documentary movie 2008
In 1955 Norm Grabowski started to build his "T" not knowing that this car would star in television shows like 77 Sunset Strip and launch a trend known as the "Fab-T." Von Franco built a clone of the "Kookie T" version and now, 20 years later, he clones the "Lightning Bug" version. Von Franco tells the history of Norm’s car along with never before seen home movies and pictures. This is the story of...the car that ate my brain!!
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