Holy Superheroes in Our Midst – The Batmobile Is Coming to Select Chattanooga and Cleveland, TN Check Into Cash Stores
The 1966 Batmobile has made its way from beneath stately Wayne Manor and will be visiting select Check Into Cash stores in the Cleveland and Chattanooga areas during April and May.
When was the last time you got to hang out with a true legend?
All friends and family, customers and staff, and lovers of Super Heroes and their wheels are cordially invited. Super Villains need not bother – we’re no Joker!
This is the 1960’s TV series model designed by the famed automotive Kar Kustomizer George Barris. It’s turned heads and set the bar for superhero cool for over 50 years. No other automobile can claim bubble canopies, rocket tubes, the Bat Beam, a Detect-A-Scope, and of course, the Bat Phone. There have been other iterations over the years, but none can touch this concept’s iconic Bat-presence or visual POW!
With its atomic batteries fully charged and jet turbine exhaust ablaze, the Batmobile will be swooping into these five Check Into Cash stores in April and May:
Wednesday – Saturday, April 4-7
4620 Hwy. 58
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Wednesday – Saturday, April 11-14
Village Green Town Center
201 Keith St.
Cleveland, TN 37311
Wednesday – Saturday, April 18-21
6101 Ringgold Rd.
East Ridge, TN 37412
Wednesday – Saturday, April 25-28
Across from Walgreens – Dalton Pike
2398 McGrady Dr. SE
Cleveland, TN 37323
Wednesday – Saturday, May 2-5
3800 Tennessee Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37409
Don’t miss your chance to spend time with a Bat-legend! Bring the kids and family, get a professionally taken souvenir Bat-photo, and maybe even catch a glimpse of Batman and Robin, provided they’re not off fighting crime somewhere.
But do be there – opportunities like these are scarcer than Caped Crusaders themselves.
This Batmobile is on loan for this special tour. It’s owned by Check Into Cash’s Chairman and CEO, Allan Jones, and is part of the Creekridge Classic Car collection. Originally based on the 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car, the vehicle that would become the famed 1966 TV Batmobile was sold to legendary Hollywood auto Kustomizer George Barris for $1.00 in December 1965, and immediately became one of the stars of the series. In addition to Batman, the Penguin, Robin, the Riddler, King Tut, Alfred, Catwoman, and the Bookworm drove it during the show’s 120-episode run.