In the United States assembled a Batmobile with a jet engine from BoeingNovember 8, 2019
Illinois resident Brian Handler and his father built an exact copy of the car of the main superhero of Tim Burton’s Batman movie (Batman, 1989). And most importantly, he gave him a Boeing jet engine.
Handler told reporters that the base was the body of the model car of General Motors, which was produced in the second half of the 20th century. “Home mechanics” made it a little smaller and designed an exclusive automobile frame that can hold a Boeing-502 jet engine weighing 1 ton. When working from it, flames burst out, like the “original from the film”. Handler did not explain where he got the jet engine.
The whole process of assembling Batman cars took around four years. The length of the car is 6.7 m, weight is 2.3 tons. Thanks to the special design of the vehicle, after stopping, it can slightly rise, turn in any direction up to 360 degrees and continue to move.
Handler said he was unlikely to ride the streets in search of criminals. The car must also pass the necessary registration in order to calmly “save the city”. The designer is going to use the car to raise funds for charity. He will park the Batmobile next to charity events to attract the attention of potential sponsors.
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