Young Australian Created a Batmobile

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We all like Batman, but some like him too much. Such is the case of 29-year-old Australian Zac Mihajlovic, who […]

We all like Batman, but some like him too much. Such is the case of 29-year-old Australian Zac Mihajlovic, who created a real and usable replica of the Batmobile.

Mihajlovic worked on the car for four years with the help of his grandfather – a former engineer. The result was a working model of the car used in the 1989 movie Batman, starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. It can legally be driven on the street. The car is complete with parts from the actual movie car.

The invention grabs the attention of media and fans, wherever they go, says the Batman-wannabe. And just like a superhero Mihajlovic uses his home-made replica to make terminally-ill children’s dreams come true. He joined the Make-A-Wish foundation to offer the children a chance to see the Batmobile, even dressing up as the superhero to complete dream scenarios.

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