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1966 Batmobile for Sale

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1966 Batmobile for Sale
Holy replica, Batman! This 1966 Batmobile ($150,000) is an officially licensed replica of the car used in the classic TV series, and features intricate, authentic details like the double-bubble windshield, a working flame thrower in the rear, an aluminum roll-top dashboard, a flashing red beacon light, accurately-labeled knobs and buttons, and fins out the wazoo. Powered by either a rebuilt Ford 460 or GM 350 engine.

Source: BuyBatParts

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Batmobile will join Toyota F1 to promote new movie

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Batmobile will join Toyota F1 to promote new movie
To mark the release of The Dark Knight, Panasonic Toyota Racing will adopt a new look at Silverstone this weekend. The Dark Knight artwork will feature on the TF108s and the overalls of Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock, as well as the team’s motor home.

But The Dark Knight theme does not stop there. On show at Silverstone will be the iconic Batmobile and Bat-Pod vehicles, while some very special media events will bring the excitement of The Dark Knight to life.

The Batmobile will even take to the Silverstone track on Thursday evening for a demonstration run alongside the TF108, followed by some unique photo opportunities with the Bat-Pod and Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock.

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Batman Forever Batmobile Sucks at Auction

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Batman Forever Batmobile Sucks at Auction
Last weekend’s Al Wiseman collection auction, conducted by RM Auctions in Tarpon Springs, Florida, showcased a number of interesting cars. The Batmobile used in the production promotion of the 1995 Batman Forever was on auction and was expected to fetch $600,000 to $800,000. Well, it failed. It ended up selling at no reserve for less than half the lowest estimate - $297,000.

Why so little? Because the winning bidder would have to sign a contract with Warner Brothers and DC Comics stating that the winning bidder will never drive the car in public view.

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