Though we can’t get a DVD collection of the entire 1960s Batman series, we can drop a ton of money and get an officially licensed, full-scale replica, of the 1966 Batmobile to impress our friends. The Batmobile includes all the finer features of the television classic such as a Rocket exhaust flamethrower, a show quality paint job, Bat spinners on the rim, red beacon light, Batbeam antenna grid that raises between the front windshields, and many more features.
The Batmobile is pieced together from a 1970’s Lincoln Town car and only eight cars a year will be produced. What’s really interesting is the company, Fiberglass Freaks, spend six months building each car to “exacting detail.” If you really want one of these amazing beauties, you’re going to need deep pockets. The deposit alone is $50,000, with the final bill totaling $150,000. On the plus side, you could probably turn around and sell this for a nice profit, one of the company’s cars sold for auction recently for $216,000.