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Jeffries Mantaray

Jeffries Mantaray in Mission: Impossible, TV Series, 1966-1973 IMDB Ep. 3.11

Class: Cars, Custom — Model origin: US

Jeffries Mantaray

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atom SE

2008-06-23 13:53

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Yellow one. Ed Roth?

Ray B. FR

2008-06-23 16:00

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I couldn't find any cars by Ed Roth that looked like it. I tried Gene Winfield also, no match. All three would be more closer to the style of Darryl Starbird "The King of the Bubbletop", but I couldn't find them in his cars either.

rikko NZ

2008-08-26 07:07

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The yellow car looks like Dean Jefferies 'Manta Ray', also used in the movie 'Bikini Beach'. The Red one is the 'Cosma Ray'. There is conflicting info around on who built this. Some sites say Darryl Starbird, but Barris.com shows it with a modified front and claims it was built by Barris. Not uncommon for cars that Barris modified.

atom SE

2008-08-26 07:15

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Nice! I think you're right: http://www.showrods.com/promotions_inc_pages/mantaray.html

atom SE

2008-08-26 07:28

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rikko, do you know what the blue one can be? /vehicle_181276-Unknown.html

CougarTim US

2008-08-26 15:24

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We have other creations of his listed under the make Jeffries (as opposed to Custom Made): /vehicles.php?make=Jeffries&model=

rikko NZ

2008-11-21 03:53

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@atom. No that blue one has me stumped. Looks like a model T roadster rear and a 55-57 Thunderbird hood scoop. It may well be a mocked up prop. I'll keep hunting though.

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