This beauty is actually an original from the 1980 movie, and it’s on eBay for a staggering $500,000.
It’s the actual car used on the set of the Batman flick featuring Micheal Keaton and Jack Nicholson.
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Sale of this car couldn’t have come at a better time with the recent marketing for the newest Batman movie, Dark Knight, as well as the fascination with superhero fashion.
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It is shaped like a spaceship that has had tires grafted onto it to make it street legal. The seller asserts that the car is 20 feet long and 8 feet wide. The chassis is custom built and the motor is a Chevrolet 350. And to get in this door-less vehicle, you have to be able to enter through the top where the canopy opens, just like in the movie. The Batman 5 has been sitting in the “Batcave” for almost five years now, and it is time for another Batman enthusiast to enjoy her as much as I have. Being that this car originally was owned by Warner Bros productions it is important to note that the buyer will have to sign a contract with them and some other legal items. (bornrich.org)