This Batmobile replica recently sold for $297,000.00US ($377,000.00NZ).
The images included show the car in stages from ZZ3 Chevrolet to Batmobile. It’s not the movie original but it’s a pretty close working replica.
This running and driving example of the Batmobile was constructed in Australia with a fiberglass body and a custom tubular chassis. Its mold cost a reported $2,500,000 ($3,171,400.00NZ) and an additional $300,000 ($380,300.00NZ), was invested to complete the vehicle. As a promotional vehicle, not used in filming, it embarked on various promotional tours around the world before its eventual acquisition by Mr. Wiseman in 1999. It remains fully intact and functional with no damage to speak of. Despite a certain degree of surface texture and minor paint cracking and scuffs, the car remains in very presentable condition. The interior has held up nicely and is entirely custom made, while the undercarriage has been detailed to the standards required for cinema productions. Bat-gadgets such as the rear jet flame are completely functional.
As interest in Batman has increased once again in anticipation of his next cinema appearance in The Dark Knight, so too has public interest in his various gadgets, cars, and tools. This particular offering from the Wiseman Collection represents a very unique opportunity and a curious juxtaposition of design trends and cinematic flair. While its adherence to Bob Kane’s original vision is continually debated, its significance to the entire Batman industry and fan base is undeniable.
Est. 350hp, 350 cu. in. ZZ3 Chevrolet V8 engine, automatic transmission, custom front and rear suspension. Wheelbase: 118″
Length: 25 ft.
Height: 10.5 ft.
Width: 7 ft.
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Source: RM Auctions