Batmobile - Classic TV Series

$22.00
SKU: MMS371

Build your own Batman Classic Batmobile model from this amazing METAL EARTH kit. The parts are laser cut from ultra-thin flexible steel sheets. No gluing or soldering is required – just pop out the pieces and connect using tabs and holes.

Kit includes:

  • 2 steel sheets with 37 pre-cut pieces
  • Full printed illustrated instructions

Approximate assembled size: 8.9 x 3.3 x 2.5 cm

Build difficulty: challenging

Recommended ages: 14+

Recommended tools:

Compatible accessories:

Warning:

  • Not a toy
  • Contains sharp edges
  • Contains small parts

Model number: MMS371

Shipping

Several shipping options are displayed during checkout. Prices start at just $1.00, but note the following:

Regular letter: this is the cheapest option and is available if you're ordering 1 or 2 Metal Earth kits. This is sent using the standard Australia Post letter service which is cheap, but slower than parcels. No tracking is provided.

Priority letter: arrives one day faster than the regular service, but it's still sent as a letter with no tracking. 

Other services: both regular and express parcel services are available and in these cases tracking is provided. Our preferred shipper is Fastway as they provide tracking and signature on delivery for an affordable price. 

About the Classic Batmobile

The 1966 Batmobile from the live action television show began life as a Ford concept car called the Lincoln Futura. The body of the Futura was fabricated by Ghia of Italy, whose artisans hammered the car's panels over logs and tree stumps carved as forms to create the sleek manta ray-like car. The extra-large bat-trunk in the Batmobile holds various crime-fighting equipment and has plenty of space to fit eight people comfortably. The windshield is bulletproof. And of course, the Batmobile is not without its helpful gadgets including the nose-mounted chain slicer, lasers, rockets, an on-board telephone, radar, dash monitor, on-board computer, and police beacon, among others.

Support

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