Ed "Big Daddy" Roth museum?

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Ed "Big Daddy" Roth museum?

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Postby I_LUV_POWER!!!! » Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:06 pm

The Movie World museum in Buena Park (originally it was called Movie World--Cars of Stars, Planes of Fame and then became Movie World: A World of Fun) was my introduction to Roth as well.

I believe he did signage there as well as at Knott's, and he helped restore Robby the Robot's moon rover.


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