Find out about Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, the artist, pinstriper and custom car designer of Southern California's Kustom Kulture of the late 1950s and 1960s.
Ed's unique personality would combine those mechanical and artistic abilities to create some of the most memorable custom cars ever built.
Big Daddy is in a restaurant, and draws on a napkin, a character to show what Mickey Mouse's father might have looked like.
Ed's show cars were not just an off-the-assembly-line model modified with bodywork, all were unique creations.
Ed was also known for the Monster Art. He first airbrushed his Monster Art on sweatshirts at car shows.
Here you'll find a variety of fine videos that either show or talk about Big Daddy. See this year's Rat Fink Reunion.
The Finkster Forum has been created to be a place for Ed Roth fans to meet and share their reminiscences of the man we call "Big Daddy".