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Sep 06, 2016 08:30 PM EDT

Batman's Cool Ride, The Batpod, Is Now Up For Auction. Check The Details!


Batman is known to have many tricks up his Batcave which includes many weapons and vehicles. Presently, one of  his cool rides is being sold. The Batpod is now for sale at an auction.

The collection of cool vehicles and gadgets is what made Batman an all-time favorite superhero. One of his custom-made vehicles is being auctioned now. The Batpod which was used in "The Dark Knight" and "The Dark Knight Rises" which is used by the previous Batman actor, Christian Bale. The bike which is up for auction is a legitimate prop and not a replica. It even has the scratches and scars which it acquired during the production of the movie, according to Cinema Blend.

Some people suggest that because of its authenticity, the Batpod would have a price that ranges from £60,000 up to £80,000 which is about $80,000 - $106,000. The bike would be a perfect gift for any die-hard Bat-fan.

The vehicle features a custom-made chassis and its huge 31" Hoosier racing tyres. The bike is powered by a Honda 750 engine. The body panels are made of fibre glass and is finished  with metallic grey paint which also covers the vehicle's handle bars and engine. The gun barrels are also there which is made of plastic, resin, and fibre glass. Hydraulics and Radiator of the bike is intact and the braking system is still operational. It also sports foam padding installed for knee rest and saddle. The Batpod which is on auction has its description on Prop Store.

Even though the bike is intact, it is set up for display only and is not available to be used as a race bike on the streets. The vehicle's fluids, battery, and other vital component  has been removed making it a display-only piece of art.

Despite all the scar and wear on the prop, it is still in good condition and it comes with a metal support stand for display. The bike is measured to be 380 cm x 120 cm x 107 cm. The bid can be placed through here.

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