OK, so who hasn’t ever fantasized about owning a Batmobile?

There have been so many over the years; all of them outrageous if not out of this world! Sure, some people may think the #ford #crownvictoria is the ultimate crime fighting vehicle, but let’s get real here, it really is the Batmobile.

So why were there so many variations of the ultimate pursuit/armored/tactical assault vehicle?

The #batmobile first appeared in 1939 and never once managed to look the same over the years. As cars and their technology evolved, so did the Batmobile. The early cartoons range from semi-realistic to hilariously comedic in style, while the Batmobiles of the 1990s and 2000s looked like Corvettes that overdosed on steroids and then passed out in a body shop giving away free flat-black wraps.

But then, there was the #georgebarris classic Batmobile of the 1960s. Originally a #lincoln #futura concept car, Barris Kustom Industries designed and built the most classic of Batmobiles in three weeks. Amazing.

So, what do you do if you don’t have at least $4 million sitting around for an original Barris Batmobile of your own?

Well, Batrodz Resurrection Garage can make you one at a more modest - albeit not cheap - price. Or, you could splurge on the gorgeous #batrodz custom before us here today, superhero costume not included.

Plus, with the millions of dollars you’ve saved, you can buy your own Wayne Manor and hire a butler or two for a few years to ensure you and your exclusive car are well taken care of. Sounds like the perfect deal to me!

I would but this ride

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People keep asking about the Batman drumheads. They are very cool, but this may be even cooler...

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How much do you want your own Batmobile? Do you want to cruise around on the Batphone, pretending to talk to Commissioner Gordon or Alfred?

MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1966 Batmobile Replica that was personally owned by professional wrestler Jerry “The King” Lawler! This Batmobile was also signed by Adam West, Burt Ward, Jerry Lawler, Anthony Michael Hall, Jeremy Bulloch and even Dustin Diamond (Screech from Saved by the Bell). https://www.motoexotica.com/inventory/inventory/15277/1966/Batmobile/Batrodz/BGR676J100018?detail_embedded=true&leadsource=Showroom%7cmotoexotica

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• Owned by Jerry “The King” Lawler
• Was placed in the Jerry Lawler Museum at Resorts Casino in Tunica • Batrodz body #18 and built on early Corvette C4 chassis • Buick 350 CID V-8 engine

• Three-speed automatic transmission
• Power steering and power brakes
• Black exterior and red trim with a black interior and red trim
• Black and red bucket seats
• Polished rolltop dash


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With the usual shiny black paint and red trim, the car’s body is in very good order, as are the dual canopies for driver and passenger.

This is Batrodz body #18 and is built on a early Corvette C4 frame with Corvette suspension.

A Buick 350 CID V-8 engine from a 1971 Skylark provides the motive power, channeling it through a three-speed automatic transmission. The car had power steering and brakes to make chasing the bad guys easier.
The Batmobile rolls on BFG size P245/60/R16 front and P295/50/R15 in the rear. Each tire is mounted on alloy torque-thrust wheels with red bat logos as center caps. The tires and wheels are all in very good order.

Inside, the black bucket seats sport red trim and look great. The red carpet looks fine. A red bat logo serves as the tiller while the instrument panel is a polished rolltop with buttons and lights. A T-shaped shifter and bat phone graces the center console.
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Rick from Long Island customized this 1966 George Barris Batmobile, find him on batrodz.yuku.com as "66 Batrod" 😂 love it!