Toys are for reference only and not for sale!

50's Toys

Futura plastic model

Revell Lincoln Futura Model Kit


Lincoln Futura tin toyLincoln Futura toy by Alps

RARE Lincoln Futura, tin, battery operated by Alps

Radio Controlled  Alps Lincoln Futura

R/C Lincoln Futura, by Alps

Courtesy of Rusty Thompson

Lincoln Futura, tin, friction by Alps

60's Toys

Taiwanese & Japanese tin toys

Cien Ge, Aoshin/ASC tin cars

Battery operatedcirca 1966

RARE Black ASC Bump and Go Batmobile

Original Corgi Batmobile in box

Corgi Ad

Original Corgi & Ad

Husky Batmobile and Batboat

Husky Batmobile and Batboat

Burry's sign

RARE Burry's cookies promotional 3D sign

Original Aurora Box Art

Aurora Batmobile model

Aurora Batmobile box art & model


BZ Slot car The BZ Batspinner

1/24 BZ Batmobile  slotcar

BZ Batmobile flyer

BZ flyer

BZ Batmobile sticker

BZ sticker

K&B slotcar, photo courtesy of Frank

K&B Aurora Batmobile 1/24 slotcar 

Battery Powered Spot-On Batmobile

Spot-On Batmobile

Batman record album

33 1/3 Record

Batman Story Book Annual

Batman Story Book

Ideal Batmobile toy

Ideal Batmobile

Rare Clifford Batmobile

Clifford Batmobile

From Argentina

Plastic Batmobile from Argentina 

By Wader

From Germany by Wader

Classic Batmobile Slot-car

 Classic Industries slotcar

Gama ASC tin Batmobile

Gama/ASC tin w/ working chain cutter & rocket firing tubes

Tin Bandai toy

Tin, battery-operated from Japanese

70's Toys

Toy Magazine

Taiwanese Tin Batmobile

Corgi Batmobile in box

#267 Corgi


Toy from Argentina

Toy from Argentina from Bichi

Rare 70's red tire Corgi

Corgi with Red tires

AHI Batmobile and Batboat

AHI Batmobile & Batboat

70's Batmobile toy

Battery-operated by Azrak Hamway 

1966 IDEAL "blow-up" pull toy

Mego Batmobile from 1974

Mego Batmobile 


AHI R/C Batmobile

Taiwanese tin "Bump n go" toys

Tin, battery operated cars by Cien Ge 

Simms Batmobile

Simms plastic Batmobile

80's Toys

Early 80's Imai 1/42 scale model

Imai 1/42 model

Imai 1/32 scale plastic model

Imai 1/32 model

Piston Tin Batmobile

Tin, Piston, battery operated



Batmobile toys

The Barris Collection

More Batmobile toys

The Barris Collection




Corgi photo courtesy of Robert Decker

Custom 1/43 Corgi

Insert 25c and go for a spin

Amusement Ride



Batman DVD site!!
Model as featured on the DVD George Barris and the Batmobiles!
The model I seen in the Batman movie 35th Anniversary DVD.

See the full story below!


Originally how it came No wheel wells & a rough finish Now comes the epoxy Applying the epoxy resin and balsa wood and the wheel wells, etc.
And the balsa wood Primer flat black After a coat of Gloss Black The rear minus all the details The rollbar and beacon under construction
Just after a coat of gloss black The rear almost complete Sideview Front view The size of a coffee table
Real aluminum tubing and parachute packs Notice the detail Beacon operational and small details added All complete except for canopies Almost complete

Hover over each photo for more details

Back in 1997, I purchased a 4 foot x 2 foot (1/4 scale)  one of a kind  Batmobile model from a collector in Las Vegas, NV--sight unseen.  I was told that the model was built for George Barris and came with the documentation to prove it.  Being very  excited about the prospects of the model/prop and the history behind it, I gladly paid the big price tag.  Three days later the huge package arrived in the mail.  After opening the box I was less than thrilled. 

All of these models have been put together by a brilliant scholar and honorary award winning author from the service of research paper outline who has consistently written the best essays for students.

Yes, it did come with some documentation (original letters from George Barris, etc). Yes, this styrofoam mass was shaped crudely like the Batmobile, but lacking any detail to speak of. This model was roughly 20% finished!  Everything from the wheel wells to the back-end to the interior and even much of the overall shape of the car was in need of a major facelift.  Even the tires were those that you'd see on a child's "Little Tykes" toy (see the two top left photos for an idea of what needed to be done). 

It was basically a disaster, but what could I do? Following some initial denial, I accepted the fact that I'd overpaid for this vague replica of a car I loved and it was unlikely I'd recoup my investment any time soon. After all, I'd agreed to buy it sight unseen.

Happy the car also came with some interesting and unusual letters and photos (which I still have), I decided to make the most of my pricey model and embark on the journey of finishing it on my own. 

Not having much practical knowledge of custom model building (nor having a garage or studio at the time), I spent most of my free weekends and nights over the next 18 months completing it.  My work area for this large project turned out to be our ironing board placed in the living room of our old apartment.   Slowly, the car evolved from a raw, rough piece of styrofoam in to a smooth, shiny, gloss black finish.  The smooth finish was accomplished by using gallons and gallons of expensive epoxy resin.  All the car's details were done by studying  ENDLESS photos of the #1 Batmobile and by watching scenes from the Batman TV show over and over.

Some of the features included real aluminum pipes, a flashing beacon, cloth parachutes, aluminum rims and rubber tires.  The final cost was over $1,000.00, but enjoying each moment of the restoration was worth every last penny!

In the end, you could say this labor of love is what drove me to build this website. 



The #1 and my model with George Barris            At Barris shop in '98

My model is currently owned by George Barris.

         A special thanks to Dean Franchi for his assistance in building some of the key parts. 

1/25 Scale Models



WOW!!  Here is a 1/25 scale model of the Batmobile as it appeared in 2001.  


This highly detailed model was built by Jim



Andy's model    Andy's model    Andy's model

 The work of Andy Garringer


1/25 scale model    1/25 scale model    Check out the detail on the dashboard    1/25 scale model

"Caped Custom" garage kit beautifully made by Jim


TonyMoe's masterpiece    TonyMoe's masterpiece    The Revell Futura customized by TonyMoe    An Aurora model by TonyMoe    1/43 scale courtesy of Tony Moe

 The work of TonyMoe


Click here for more photos of Marcelo's work

Courtesy of Marcelo Ribeiro


Customized by Chopper    Customized by Chopper    The Dynamic Trio

The work of "Chopper"


By Michael R. Spressler    By Michael R. Spressler    By Michael R. Spressler

 A Lunar resin model customized by Michael R. Spressler


Scooters Batmobile