Batmobile in Delaware hits the market. Car looks like it lost a fight to Catwoman
Bruce Wayne is dead in the new CW series "Gotham Knights," which debuts this spring. But his Batmobile seems to be alive in Delaware.
Troy Jenkins of Lewes is selling the superhero's car on Facebook Marketplace for $5,500.
This black-and-red version of the Batmobile was built from a 1977 Dodge Aspen, per Jenkins' post.
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You can view several photos of the vintage vehicle here.
The vehicle design was inspired by the campy 1960s "Batman" TV show. It features sweet candy-apple red Bat logos on the rims, which hypnotizes petty criminals into jealousy and awe.
A cute little Bat phone sits on the dashboard. But that seems more for show than functional use due to Delaware's hands-free law.
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Unless you're into the road-warrior look, one of the glaring issues with this Batmobile is the driver seat is sliced up.
It looks like Catwoman threw hands (paws) on the seat out of envy for Poison Ivy flirting with Bruce. Jenkins, who wasn't available for comment, posted that the vehicle is up for possible trade consideration for other classic cars.
What's 'Gotham Knights' about?
The "Gotham Knights" TV show debuts on the CW on Tuesday, March 14.
Batman is murdered in this series. In wake of his death, his rebellious adopted son forms a partnership with the children of Batman's enemies when they're all framed for killing Gotham's hero.
One of those children includes the Joker's daughter.
The word on the street is she's a suspect for jacking up the driver seat on the Batmobile.
Gotham Police Department said they're investigating this situation, but aren't ready to ID any suspects at this time.
Delaware Online/The News Journal will update you with any new developments on this matter. For any tips on this situation, please contact reporter Andre Lamar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Delaware Batmobile, visit Facebook Marketplace.
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