The Drag-u-la from The Munsters. Both of the cars from The Munsters were built by George Barris (he of Batmobile fame etc etc) and were actually fully drivable. Funny story about the Drag-u-la courtesy of That Car Guy…
In an episode titled "Hot Rod Herman, Herman lost the Koach in a bet with a faster drag-racer. To win the family car back, Grandpa built a dragster out of a coffin. In the end, they wound up with both cars, and the Drag-u-la is seen in the closing credits of the second season.
The Drag-u-la has a Dragmaster chassis, a 350-horsepower 289 Mustang V-8, four-speed stick, and dragster slicks mounted on polished Rader five-spoke wheels. On the front, English Speedsport wire wheels have mounted Italian motorcycle tires. With the upturned organ pipe exhaust, Grandpa says it’s the only dragster in America that can play Oh, Promise Me in second gear.
Getting the casket for the car was, well, another story. Seems the crew went to buy a damaged casket, but the undertaker would not sell one to Barris since he wasn’t dead. As soon as the funeral director left, Barris “appropriated” a casket, leaving the cash behind for payment.
Things were definitively more laid back in the 60s!