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Posted 3/25/2020 3:17:51 AM
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I can buy a '82 Chevrolet Impala with a 305 V8 AUT.
Is this a good car to use the chassis from to build the '89 Batmobile on?

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Posted 3/25/2020 6:14:22 PM


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Never have built one, but I think you may be on the right track there.

Hopefully a 'proper' builder or someone who knows better could chime in here?

Good luck with your plans.




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Yeah, that would be great to get some more reactions here to help me out to decide what to do.
I want to build an '89 Batmobile as identical as possible to the original one.


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Do you know the specs of the vehicle?
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I have decided not to continue with buying the car, because the seller is pretty rude.
Other reason is that I found out that the original chassis was a '69 Impala.

When I build a movie car, I want it to be identical to the original one.


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When I build a movie car, I want it to be identical to the original one
Good luck with that. There are guys here that have been looking for some of the original parts for decades. Do a search for side mechanics for example.
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Posted Today @ 9:46:53 AM
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I already found the perfect donor car, but the add was from last year.
But it shows that it's still possible to get one.

A '69 Chevrolet Impala with a 350 V8 AUT for $1500,-...


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