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huge batman fan! I'm at a point where I want to get started on building a 1989 batmobile. Is there step by step instructions for building this awesome car and where do I buy the parts? Hopefully you can help me get started.

viper55 on 4/15/2012 11:12:55 AM
Hey I Nathan how much is the kit worth plz email me when ya can
Nathan on 8/24/2011 8:39:40 AM
fantastic car
mohamed on 7/27/2011 8:13:35 AM
this is awosome blueprints
joshua garfinkel on 12/11/2010 2:43:10 PM
Titus on 8/26/2010 7:53:43 AM
I think or I know this Batmobile is the best yet, but they did have some in the Batman comics that were real great. But as far as the movies , they are going to have to really do some thinking to beat this one. I have a 1/18 scale an a 1/50 scale of it plus a small one in a plasic case it came in with the Batsheld (sorry about the spelling ) next to it, it is a 1/64 scale,I also have a 1/50 scale of the Batwing. I have also collected a 1/50 scale of the Batmobile off the animated series , I also ordered a 1/50 scale of the Batplane from it all so. Plus I have the Batboat & Batcyle. Anyway I mostly wanted just to say that this BATMOBILE is the best. Thank you;Rick;
RICK KEARBEY on 1/15/2010 1:21:10 PM
The measurements were deliberately squed by WB.
Kevin on 11/9/2009 9:07:26 AM guessing no one bothered to double check the measurements of this car...and im also guessing that no moderator is going to change the measurements...
anonymous on 11/8/2009 6:48:01 PM
poop on 10/12/2009 6:45:37 PM
Thank you for the details blue print
Bonifacius on 9/7/2009 9:51:06 AM
ahaa soo very nice!
Yehppael on 6/26/2009 2:13:05 PM
i had the same bed sheets lol
trevor on 6/18/2009 12:35:03 AM
I remember I once had some old Batman Returns flannel bedsheets decorated with that same blueprint/schematic, though for some reason its makers rendered the word "Satellite" as "Satilite"!
Nick on 6/5/2009 11:12:48 PM
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tamiltigerfarsi on 5/6/2009 5:45:45 AM
Very Good
PAVAN on 8/30/2008 4:16:38 AM
Does anyone know where I might could find anything similar to the Batmobile in like a golf cart. My little boy has Down's and we live rural enough that our neighbor lets him drive their golf cart all the time. He is 14 and I was hoping maybe if I just could find the ballpark price I could save and have something like it for his 16th. Thanks for any info. He's been looking at all the pictures for hours saying "Yep moma, that's what I want."
Sincerely Chrisina
christina schmidt on 5/29/2008 7:55:43 PM
He Bat Dudes my 99 % replica will be completed by October this year.

I used a Nissan hardbody truck frame modified in length and width with 4130 tubing, with aluminum substructure. The plug was the toughest part using the blueprints and measurements from the the static display at Six Flags and some ideas from thier suppliers.

I think the average person can build it in about 6 months to build if you have experience on cars engines etc and knowledge of welding. I made molds from the plug and can re-produce the body for anyone interested.

My background is avaition structures with a degreee in Enginneering. This is a really fun project compared to aircraft I have built. Really very simple with exception ofcourse the simulated afterburner. Working on that ...
633pilot on 5/13/2008 11:48:13 AM
Melyhius: It was built on an Impala chassis.
Go here:
and learn.

They also site their sources. An 80's Vette wouldn't have supported the weight of the turbine they used plus it lacked the support for a 20 foot long body that the '89 batmobile ended up sporting.

No dickness taken.
trekker on 3/27/2008 5:27:00 PM
IR on 3/16/2008 4:36:20 AM
is it possible 2 make this?
if it is get back 2 me!
viper on 3/13/2008 4:54:22 AM
i think( if that is possible).. that theres a lot of things to draw just take a moment in a time of your life and see what the hell are around us and eureca
a beatyfull thing comes on our thinkings and lost in a tunnel of the shapes and colors and joint it with a very big smoke source and the dark comes to be just light violet light cool and swarm ufff yeah yeah ha ha ...bye bye
ELE_SNAKE on 1/29/2008 12:01:38 AM
Hi, can I use these pictures to make this car for a game I play?
Joe on 1/23/2008 10:47:18 PM
use your imaginations, it's still a cool car
anonymous on 1/21/2008 4:56:21 PM
batman is supr
batman on 10/30/2007 3:10:54 PM
Yea, not a vette either, it was an Impala frame and drive train from what the designers said on the 2-Disk spec. ed. DVD....

Fits like a glove.
Batman on 9/13/2007 12:43:28 PM
i dont know about any laws for a replica... but while online i saw this thing about buying the batmobile and it said u had to sign contracts for not riding it on the streets. that hella broke my heart
anonymous on 7/7/2006 2:31:06 AM
not trying to be a dick...but the keaton batmobile was built from an 80's vette :)
Melyhius on 6/22/2006 10:13:51 AM
Does anyone know about the copyright laws around making a replica?
Nathan on 6/22/2006 5:28:53 AM
your all wrong its not a porsche its not a cady it was all custom built from the ground up with a built 350 running it,I watched the makeing of this film and thats what they said. and a flame thrower for the after burner.It would be awsome to build one with a actual jet engine but obviously thats not practical like some one els said with the cockpit in the middle.O and batman.He doesent need mirrors.
anonymous on 5/10/2006 5:35:33 PM
How does the engine work on the car? If its a turbine jet engine and if the Compressors are in the front of the car how does the compressed air reach the turbine blades in the back since the cocpit is right between them. And it cant be from under the cockpit because it will loose a lot of power.
Unknown on 4/15/2006 3:36:35 PM
from an article I read long ago when batman first came out, the keaton batmobile was built on 2 67 or 68 chevy impala frames welded together. That's just the frame so what else inspired or made up the body I don't remember.
anonymous on 3/7/2006 2:47:31 PM
I have collected batman toys since i was two but I always thought there was something more to the batmobile now i am A Batmobile freak but i like it
anonymous on 1/22/2006 12:58:12 AM
Goes without saying that you can't base this on a car, a Vette is too small and has not the chassi to bear such a weight and length. The only cars you CAN base this on is a Lincoln or a Cadillac, or something like that from the 60/70's.
WildThing on 1/18/2006 9:11:53 PM
thats a sweet blueprint if u could make it real u would make alot of cash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Abdul on 1/17/2006 12:12:36 AM
there is a car just like it in carmaggedon that max damage drives
anonymous on 12/21/2005 5:48:58 PM
awesome. Very nice and perfect blueprints for rendering
anonymous on 12/7/2005 3:57:25 PM
does anyone know if these would work on an opel manta?
little ace on 11/17/2005 8:17:57 PM
Damn you greg theres a camera that he sees with.remember?!
Mooch on 9/26/2005 8:03:25 PM
Okay I have a nice 1:18 replica of this amazing Batmobile, and I really admire the design, but I have a couple of practicality issue questions: Firstly, and very importantly, how does Batman see out the back... there is no rear view mirror, nor is there a rear windshield. Is there a hidden gadget somewhere which allows him to see? Also, the tailfins must be really obstructive for Bats' vision. Secondly, how would you take the Batmobile over bumps? The low body is similar to racing car designs for use on a racetrack but this car is designed for the road where there are speed bumps.
Greg on 8/7/2005 11:14:06 AM
I'll use these to turn into a h-bomb on wheels! Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe
Penguin on 7/29/2005 2:09:47 PM
2 sets of blueprints, JPG and PDF. They both have the batmobile at different SIZES. Length for example, on the JPG blueprint is like 260", yet the length on the PDF blueprint is only 236"
rasoul on 7/11/2005 2:05:56 AM
Hi there!
Dan on 6/17/2005 9:24:55 PM
Hey you know its funny but I think the prints are from the returns car, because they are identical to the prints on the bed sheets I have from Batman Returns. Wondered what you thought.
Everett on 5/21/2005 11:21:13 AM
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anonymous on 5/1/2005 11:18:25 PM
what type of car is the batmobile
anonymous on 4/21/2005 11:56:51 AM
i dont know about these, how ever i know a guy down in panama city beech that has built one useing a long nosed vette like the sting ray, and i hate to say it, but it is an impresive copy. he also built a elanor look a like all the way to the go baby go button.
val on 2/8/2005 11:16:57 PM
Would I be able to turn may 2002 Camaro into this?
anonymous on 11/21/2004 11:31:30 PM
Great site. With the patent running out on 11/6/04 looks like we may see more Replicas being built.
JASON on 10/23/2004 3:53:58 PM
Most comprehensive Batmobile site I have ever seen!! I would think using steel or aluminium for panels and just use fibre-glass for tricky bits (like fins). I wonder how many people have started and finished a full size Batmobile?
Tony on 10/9/2004 1:19:43 AM
When I go, I ask for only tow things...'a black supercar (that only my friends will know) & to find my grandmother'
cameron on 9/25/2004 9:18:56 PM
i always like the batmoblie i always want one to drive round ? i really want to know much is the batmoblie old one an the new ones go for from a batmblie loved johnny
johnny hebner on 9/7/2004 11:32:41 AM
t is a C3 vette. a lter model due to the rear window dimensions
mike on 8/27/2004 2:47:41 PM
actually the first 89 B mobiles were on 2 stretched impalas...finally the bottom drawing shows the true heater shield shape for the roof of this car as designed,still not quite accurate but much nicer than the fan prints
William B on 8/6/2004 9:06:34 PM
the vars was a 1977 corvett, my geuss that it is a special addition
nonymous on 7/15/2004 12:09:32 PM
Actually...the car went on sale on ebay about a little over a year ago with a very high starting bid of 100K. There were multiple pics, some of which highly resembled some of the pics on this website. I did store them on my computer a while back...but I attained a virus that wiped out all the info on my computer. My brother, stationed at Texas saw the car advertised for 400K. There were also some contracts that Warner Brothers would want the buyer to sign also when purchased. This was just some information I happened to cross paths with.
Bruce on 7/1/2004 12:03:16 AM
i heard it was a porsche 911, of course i was only 5 at the time, sounds like a porsche too!
adski on 6/20/2004 9:34:20 PM
The PDF File blueprints are a beaut. Too bad they don't match up to themselves. I'm trying to build a keaton batmobile and when I started to sit down to design a frame with these blueprints, I noticed that the measurements don't add up (pun intended). Theyre a great starting point, but dont use them directly. I may just take my Batmobile scale model and take measurements off that to get a good scale schematic.
Alex V on 5/20/2004 12:00:00 AM
i remember reading somewhere that the base car was a vette....but i can't remember where....
anonymous on 4/22/2004 12:00:00 AM
Very sweet...this would be one helluva project to duplicate (unless you have $2 million)...what did they base the car on? Any details? Looks like a Vette?
anonymous on 3/11/2004 12:00:00 AM
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