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A fully functioning and roadworthy 'Tumbler' Batmobile has now been made available for purchase.

Costing a whopping $1 million, the highly accurate replica not only looks the part but can also be legally driven on the streets as well. The famous vehicle was used by Christian Bale's Batman in all three of Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" movies.

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That is just so cool...for a batmobile fan, but I just can not see myself driving that to the farmers market to get my weekly shop, especially that it does not convert into a 2 wheeler, some of those country lanes are tight.

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Is that the one that the guy tried to sell on "Pawn Stars"?

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Is that the one that the guy tried to sell on "Pawn Stars"?

Pawn stars? What sort of site is that......dare I ask? I only deal with ebay.

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That is just so cool...for a batmobile fan, but I just can not see myself driving that to the farmers market to get my weekly shop, especially that it does not convert into a 2 wheeler, some of those country lanes are tight.

Probably doesn't have any trunk space either. On a high note, no room for the Mother-in-Law either :tu:
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Probably doesn't have any trunk space either. On a high note, no room for the Mother-in-Law either :tu:

lol

The mother-in-law bit may have swayed me.....

contacting mother-in-law now for a loan. ;)

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It's too geometrically intense for my tastes. Like Picasso.

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It's too geometrically intense for my tastes. Like Picasso.

Geometrically intense....love it, can I borrow that along with the little Sherlock?

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Geometrically intense....love it, can I borrow that along with the little Sherlock?

Of course! You can even use them together.

Because I'm just that cool.

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Of course! You can even use them together.

Now thats smart. :tu:

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I'd rather have the Adam West batmobile that is made out of actual metal.

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It's too geometrically intense for my tastes. Like Picasso.

Love this!! Now I know why I don't like Picasso! This describes it perfectly! Thank you :)

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Is that the one that the guy tried to sell on "Pawn Stars"?

No, that one was a replica from the Keaton Batman movie.

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Love this!! Now I know why I don't like Picasso! This describes it perfectly! Thank you :)

I'm glad I could help. I never liked his work. I wouldn't mind stumbling across one of his works in my attic though. simpsonz.gif
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Wow, what a car to be able to own! I wonder how many heads would turn when you drive that down the street haha!

Love it :)

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Wow, what a car to be able to own! I wonder how many heads would turn when you drive that down the street haha!

Love it :)

My first car was a 1963 Ford Falcon wagon, jet black and top speed was about 55 with the windows closed!! Going on level, up hill it dropped to 30 mph.

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