Collector's Call Web Extras: Autographed Monkees, Munsters, Star Trek and NASCAR toys

See bonus items from Star Trek and The Munsters.

Fred likes toys, cars and other TV and pop culture memorabilia; but what he really likes is having those items signed and authenticated by the celebrity they "belong to."

His sizable collection ranges from a signed broken fender from racing legend Dale Earnhardt Jr. to a ping-pong ball from TV’s Captain Kangaroo.

Our expert appraiser Michael Osacky put a value amount on the collection — and also brought a surprise trade offer that Fred had a hard time refusing.

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1. Bonus video: Autographed Munsters Car


Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) put his signature on this toy replica of the Munsters' hot rod. How much is it worth, considering Fred had photo proof of Patrick signing the model? WATCH NOW

2. Bonus video: Autographed Star Trek Enterprise Toy


Having the signatures of James Doohan (Scotty), Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) and George Takei (Sulu) makes this vintage Star Trek toy more valuable. But how much more value would a Shatner autograph add? WATCH NOW

3. Image gallery: Inside the collection


Take a closer look at the items seen in "Meet Fred." SEE MORE

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Runeshaper 51 months ago
I've seen a few toy versions of the Munsters hot rod around. Sweet ride. My dad actually met Butch Patrick at a car show not too long ago. Dad said he was a cool guy. Gotta love ST! To have anything autographed from the cast would be neat! :)
Pacificsun 51 months ago
That Collector's Call Episode was about NASCAR collectibles. Fred admitted how easy it was to get their willing autographs and he decided to take their picture while doing so. Surprisingly, his collection wasn't as valuable (per piece) as would be a lot of traditional entertainment celebrity souvenirs. I'm guessing, because the more difficult it is to get the autograph, the more special it becomes. ST autographs come through Com-Cons, but it would've been interesting to know how the Munsters' car was collected, and other more obscure items. Spent too much time on the (non-working) robot "Ronald McDonald."
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