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Posted 2/21/2005 12:44:43 PM
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Does this mean the car actually have signal lights?
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And where is the signal changer at?
Next to the windshield wiper control?

Come to think of it, do the windshield wipers in Returns film really function?

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Posted 2/21/2005 1:39:31 PM
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Those aren't really lights or turn signals at all. Look closely at them and you can see that they are decals/images sort of like the kind they use on NASCAR vehicles. They are a perfect reflection of each other.

Looks like that car is just a shell.
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Posted 2/21/2005 2:22:48 PM
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It's got the wheel stop placed on all four tires.
Seem like a fully drivable replica to me

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Posted 2/21/2005 2:37:10 PM
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Look behind the front tire... You can see right through the car. If it was a driveable car you'd see the frame.

A lot of the Six Flags cars are just static displays with no 'guts' inside, just a light framework to support the body.

I really think it's just a shell.
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Posted 2/21/2005 3:18:11 PM
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Yes, the Six Flags display cars were just shells. The STUNT SHOW cars were relatively functional. The wheel stops are so the car doesn't just roll away, since it does not have any sort of parking break.
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Posted 2/21/2005 3:30:52 PM
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Where's Dave when u need him?
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Posted 2/21/2005 4:11:44 PM
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I think it's just a shell also. It looks like it came out of the right molds though. The front turbine area looks all wrong and the actual turbine (incorrect version) is upside down! Kinda goofy the way it's sitting so high in the front too.

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Posted 2/21/2005 5:06:43 PM
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Where's sg1star nowadays?

He always had an answer for such questions or at least on how he was going to resolve the issue on his future batmobile.
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Posted 2/21/2005 10:03:02 PM
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im always around, i just dont post a lot, i find after awhile at most boards just with new people always comming the same questions get asked a lot. plus i got some top secret items in the work on the bat table some for my batmobile some for my suit.

while i havent seen the 6 flags batmobiles in perosn id have to agree that that car is a static car, look how the body is sitting on the rolling frame, the front tire is to far fowards and is not centerd. as for the front head lights id have to agree thay are decales, as its been siad too perfect of a mirrior imagie. now im not suer about other state laws but most cars that are street legal has to have a clear view of the turn signals fomr the side. which is why on my batmobile the foront side turn singals are gonna be where the vents are for the side, the very front turn signals will be where the lights are, seeing my real head lights will be flip up.

the back turn sginals can be red on the back so using the back lights as a tail light, break light and turn signal is ok a lot of newer cars have been doing this, but u still need turn singals on the back side (thats why a lot of cars just have soem head lights that wrap to the side so the design flows better. as for my replica im gonna add a cut out on the side back near the tire, and put a singal in ther,e but isnted of having it just a plain shape singal ill do the cut out in shape of something, havent decided what yet, i dont wnat to do a bat symbol becuase i got my head lights doing that, i thought about the word batman and while that would look neat im not sure i want that there either, i might just do another vent deisgn, not sure yet, ill cross that bridge when i come to it.
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Posted 2/22/2005 3:04:28 AM
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Hey sg1star,
Could you use one of the upper Bat wing fairings as a light strip turning signal??? With a black fade tint cover to it, it's discreat... but visable when lit.
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