We all know ADAM WEST is 'The One True Batman.' But there's one other thing from the '60s TV show that none of the movies has ever done better: The original Batmobile.
--The TIM BURTON "Batman" movies had that armor-plated Batmobile that looked kind of like a drag-racer from a hot rod show. And the CHRISTIAN BALE movies turned it into a tank-like military prototype. But neither was as pimp as the original.
--And now you can own one: DC Comics just licensed a company called Fiberglass Freaks to produce exact replicas of the original Batmobile. But it's not some kind of movie prop.
--Each one is a full-scale, street legal version of the 1966 Batmobile. And it even comes with the rocket exhaust flame-thrower in the back.
--There are two catches: They'll only make six a year . . . and each one costs $150,000.
--The guy who owns the company . . . Mark Racop . . . has actually been building replicas of the 1966 Batmobile for years, so it's the official DC Comics license that's new. He's already made 14 cars.
--The first one he sold went for $83,500 . . . and was later resold at an auction for $216,000. So . . . you know . . . think of it as an investment.
(--The company's website is BuyBatParts.com. You can check out some photos of this thing here. It's the real deal . . .)