Tagged: Batmobile

This is the first officially-licensed Batmobile, and now it’s up for auction

Officially-licensed 1963 Batmobile on auction

If you have ever dreamt of owning the Caped Crusader’s car, here is your best opportunity to own the first known Batmobile, which was officially-licensed by DC Comics. Based on a 1956 Oldsmobile 88, the Batman vehicle was hand-built in 1960 and is now up for grabs on Heritage Auctions. Recently restored and resurrected, the Batmobile is closest resemblance to vehicles from 1940’s and 50’s Batman comics featuring a signature bat-like nose and a central back-end fin. Read More…

Want to see this Lego Arkham Knight Batmobile become a reality?

Lego Arkham Knight Batmobile

Lego batmobile

Waiting keenly for the Batman: Arkham Knight action-adventure game developed by Rocksteady Studios? Then you’ll for sure like this Lego Arkham Knight Batmobile by Lego Ideas user [ItsTheJester] using the Lego Digital Designer suite (LDD), a special program for creating 3D images of your proposed Lego model. His model requires a total of 684 Lego bricks, most of which are going to be black and of-course the Batman mini-figure and a few other props to set up the scene.
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Chibatman spotted on Tokyo roads riding his homemade batpod

Chibatman spotted on Tokyo

Hollywood superhero costumes and replicas keep coming across as we surf through the World Wide Web, but the Chibatman is somewhat special. Not much information is available about this guy’s identity, but he could be often seen driving on the roads of Chiba, east Tokyo. Read More…

Supercool Batmobile Tumbler case for iPhone 5/5s

Bandai Batmobile Tumbler iPhone 5 iPhone 5s

You think that you have seen the coolest iPhone 5/5S case? Well, hold your breath and have a look at this Crazy Case Batmobile Tumbler by Bandai Toymaker. Having seen the liking of fans around the world for Batmobile, Batman’s ride of choice, Bandai from Japan have come up with their own version of a Batmobile, but for a smartphone. It is not just a non-movable iPhone 5/5S case that you dress your smartphone with. In fact is something that your friends will envy once they see it in your hands. It has a projector to project a variety of signs like Batman itself from the jet exhaust and the microphone & Thunderbolt holes become part of the exhaust system too. The iPhone case has its own flashlight and even the front tires are movable and convert in an instant fighting machine.

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Authentic 1966 Batmobile worth $200,000

Authentic 1966 Batmobile on Hammacher Schlemmer

Made after one year of pain-staking detailing to bring out the classic details of 1960 Batmobile featured in the TV show, this Authentic 1966 Batmobile is one to admire. Made on the custom chassis of a Lincoln, 430 horses under the hood of 383 Blueprint Crate engine having Monster TH350 automatic transmission provide all the power to this crime fighter. Although there is no power boost as such which is customary of the Batmobile vehicles, there is a rear-facing propane tank that creates afterburner visual effect. While the interior are all plush with the iconic Batphone, switch operated electric actuators to open up the hood/trunk, rotating red beacon etc.
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Man builds Batmobile, Mystery Machine and more, simply for fun

Batmobile by Jerry Patrick

We’ve come across a few creative lads willing to spend time to treat their fancy for sci-fi by building inspired vehicles for fun. Adding to the list with his own level of creative car building is Jerry Patrick from Newnan, Georgia. Patrick has a knack for building famous replica cars from movies and television and his collection for now includes a Batmobile and other iconic cars including The Mystery Machine, KITT from Knightrider and Herbie the Love Bug. Read More…

Granddad builds Batmobile from Daewoo Matiz for his grandson

Granddad builds Batmobile from Daewoo Matiz for his grandson

Every kid has his/her superhero and wants to be like him/her no matter what. But only a few get the chance to live their dream and have superhero accessories that no one else has and I’m not talking about superhero costumes, mind you! The accessory in question is a real batmobile. Alfie Wilde is one lucky 6 year old kid who’s granddad Alan Dennett (retired mechanic) converted his Daewoo Matiz into a replica Batmobile emulating the Lincolin Futura which cost him around £5000 for the remake. The superhero Batmobile is flushed with cool gizmos like rear view camera, phone, rocket exhaust, rear fins and much more.

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1960s Batmobile 2 person go-kart ride finally revealed to the world

There isn’t a dearth of Batmobile’s created by diehard batman series fans around the globe and this one seems cool enough for our blog. This 1960s Batmobile 2 person go-kart ride from Whalom Amusement Park batman 1966 is up on eBay for sale by [Jer23] which he has had in his garage for almost two decades now. The owner repainted the car in classic black and yellow paint to give that signature Batman vehicle look. Although the car was never revealed to the world since that time it is one for collector’s who want such exquisiteness. Right now this Batmobile is listed at the price of US $9,500, so you better hurry up before someone else buys it.
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Homemade Batmobile created by local mechanic surely amazes onlookers

Butch Bouwens is a diehard Batman fan and as he grew up watching the prime time TV show the love for Batmobile never got off his mind. Probably for this very reason Bouwens, the owner of a Body Shop took five long years to craft his own homemade Batmobile which by the way resembles the original one very closely. He used a salvaged fiberglass frame of the Batmobile purchased from a local lad and also bought a 1973 station wagon to make his dream car come to life. According to him by gluing metal inside the fiberglass body and welding and fabricating it to the station wagon did the trick for him in completing the Batmobile’s look.
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