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Keep your eyes peeled, East Tennessee, because this classic Batmobile could be headed to a storefront near you! Bring your friends, family, or any other Batman fans you know to get a close up look at one of the Dark Knight’s most iconic rides. No Jokers or Riddlers here! Check out the schedule below to find out when and where the Batmobile is headed next!
Check Into Cash’s Chairman and CEO, Allan Jones, is lending us his Batmobile so we can take it on tour. This famous hot rod was originally based on the 1955 Lincoln Futura concept vehicle, the car that could become part of the classic 1966 Batman TV Series. It was sold to legendary Hollywood auto Kustomizer for $1.00 in 1965 and immediately became an iconic part of the series. In addition to the Dark Knight himself, the Penguin, the Riddler, Robin, King Tut, Alfred, Catwoman, and the Bookworm all had a chance to get behind the wheel during the 120-episode run the series had.
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Bradley Co., TN
Bradley Co., TN
Don’t miss your chance to see the Batmobile up close! You can get a professional souvenir Bat-photo when you visit and you might even catch a glimpse of Batman and Robin – if they’re not off fighting crime somewhere, of course! But don’t miss out, opportunities like this one are scarcer than the Caped Crusaders themselves!
About the 1966 Batmobile
This extremely rare and valuable automobile actually started life as a 1970’s Lincoln Continental and was transformed into an exact replica of the original Futura Batmobile by Fiberglass Freaks out of Logansport, IN. It took almost two years to build. The car was acquired in February 2018 by businessman Allan Jones of Cleveland, TN for his Creekridge Car Collection.
The original Batmobile used on the 1966 Batman television series began life as a one-of-a-kind prototype dream car called the Lincoln Futura, designed by Ford and built by Ghia, of Italy, in 1955, at the cost of $250,000. In 1965, Batman producer William Dozier gave Barris just three weeks to make minor modifications to the Futura to make it the Batmobile, Barris later built three fiberglass replicas that were used for touring and drag racing exhibitions across the country.
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