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Posted 12/9/2016 4:35:34 PM
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Hello everyone I am new to this forum and have decided to start research/work on a Batmobile. My father is a skilled mechanic and we have had many vehicles throughout my life including a few tv/movie car replicas such as the general lee and 66 batmobile. We currently have an 48 Plymouth project in the works but I feel we need more of a challenge than just regular muscle/classic cars. I have always been a huge Dick Grayson fan and also cosplay as him for many charity events. I feel that going to these charity events needs a big ticket item something that catches everyone's attention and that is why I have started a Batmobile project. I hope to get as much knowledge as possible to bring my vision of the batmobile to life. Thank you
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Posted 12/9/2016 7:10:17 PM


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I have always been a huge Dick Grayson fan
Then the 66 is perfect. Or the Kilmer or Cloony cars.
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Posted 12/9/2016 10:23:53 PM
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I was thinking of the doing the 89 or doing my take on the batmobile which would be mixing 3 batmobiles together. Right now I'm just looking up all the information on the 89 why also learning information and components from other batmobiles... I do like the idea of the kilmer batmobile ill have to look into that more
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Posted 12/16/2016 3:09:48 AM
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Good luck with your build. If you've had other TV/movie cars before it will be a good help to get you going and know what to look out for etc. The hardest past, as I'm finding too, is the research before taking the dive.
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I have always been a huge Dick Grayson fan
Then the 66 is perfect. Or the Kilmer or Cloony cars.


Is there another Forever build out there other than Bobby C's?
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