In the US, the body of the “Batmobile” from the movie about the eponymous superhero was put up for sale for $ 25,000. It is noteworthy that for this cost, the buyer will receive an exclusively empty fiberglass frame, without any filling.
Made entirely of fiberglass, the body is a replica of the legendary “Batmobile” from the 1989 Tim Burton film. That car in the art Deco style has become a true icon of the entire franchise. The car was distinguished by an elongated hood, a massive turbine on the hood, as well as a wide body kit, which perfectly combined with the dark aesthetic of the American film Director.
However, instead of a full-fledged superhero car, for $ 25,000, the seller is ready to part only with a bare frame, which lacks any mechanisms, chassis, interior and even color. According to the idea of the author of the project, the hand-made fiberglass body will be an ideal platform for any automotive project.