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Registered: 05-2007
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Batmobiles Close up shots


took some close up shots of my batmobiles , used the macro setting with auto focus on my cell phone, came out not bad for a celly!

click on the link for slideshow with more pics.

Batmobiles @ the HMAX.

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Re: Batmobiles Close up shots


I prefer the Batman Forever Batmobile out of those 2:

1) Batman can go out when it's raining.

2) "Chicks love the car", it's a well known fact. At least Val Kilmer can take a passenger with him when he goes out for a cruise.

3) Doesn't have to worry about getting a brick lobbed at his head when he drives under a highway bridge. :rollin

4) If he drives himself up a wall, at least he doesn't have to worry about falling out and landing on his *cough*... butt.

Great pics, mate. Be even better if you had one of the Tumbler. :pray

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Re: Batmobiles Close up shots


theres a couple of the tumbler in the link
mate!

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I see, hadn't gone there yet, was only going by the pics in your first post. :doh

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Registered: 01-2007
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Quote:

Kal El wrote:

I prefer the Batman Forever Batmobile out of those 2



Reluctantly, I agree, although I don't think either one could carry the 89/92's dirty laundry.

I detest the Forever's visible innards. One well-placed shot, and... :firemad. Then there's the Bat-signal on the glowing hubcaps. Do you really need to advertise? Who else would drive a car that looked like that?

On the other hand, the B&R's lack of a canopy is incomprehensible. If one found a way to add a canopy to it, it would win out over the Forever in my book.


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89 had Bat symbols on the hubcaps as well. Batman likes to advertise, I'm afraid. :)

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That's a really nice set-up you've got there. I too prefer the 89/92 batmobile, but the Forever and B&R are aesthetically interesting. They actually look better as models/toys than in the movies - more like cool design exercises than something Batman would actually drive.

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