The Frankenstein's Flivver model kit showed the Monster, from above the waist, rising up out of an outrageously customized and very small automobile, playing with a yo-yo while smoke bellows out of the car's exhaust pipes on both sides. It is molded in light gray plastic.
This was one of a small series of kits from Aurora called the Monstermobiles, which combined the classic monsters with souped-up cars (two big pop culture trends of the mid-1960's). Unfortunately, the models didn't quite appeal to either the monster fans (because the monsters weren't treated seriously enough) nor the car modelers (who just wanted cars, and not wacky monster characters - Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth's work notwithstanding).
This kit was patterned by Adam 'Larry' Ehling. The box art was by James Bama.