I have been meaning to post these photos for awhile. About a month or 2 ago I received a very nice letter from a girl in Florida named Syreeta. The pics got sort of lost in my old computer when it crashed and I just recently got them back. Also, I hope I spelled her name correctly, like I said, it was awhile back.
Anyways, she was very sweet and sent along a few photos of a car her friend (or maybe “Boyfriend”? Sorry, I forget) had customized with “Poison Ivy” Batman-themed graphics.
Just check out the pics, this car is insanely beautiful!! I love the lime green and the hood graphic is sharp and clean…. nice job guys and thank you Syreeta!
The most popular car in the Fast & Furious movie series is Dominic Toretto’s jet black Dodge Charger. In the very first movie, Dominic showed that hot import cars are no match for cubic inches. The Fast & Furious series now includes seven films, and is the most successful franchise in Universal Studios history. Dominic’s 1970 Dodge Charger has appeared in most of the films.
- Construct your own Fast & Furious car with this challenging 122-piece model kit
- Kit features detailed blown HEMI engine, raiser rear suspension and drag slicks, roll bar, and fire extinguisher
- Kit is molded in white, transparent red, and clear with chrome parts and soft black tires, paint and glue sold separately
- Model scale 1:25
- This kit is recommended for ages 14 years and up
OK, Here’s a pretty cool story that also turned out to be a lot of fun! Awhile back I was hanging out at the Official Facebook Page for the BAT-BLOG BATMAN FAN SITE. While there I was contacted by a guy named Armando. He had sent me a friend request and then later said, “Hey, check out my BATMAN Car!”. I did and it’s pretty amazing!
Well, he then says something along the lines of, “Hey, I live in Lawton, OK and I have plans to come to Oklahoma City. Do you want to see it in person?” You see, OKC is where I live. “Oh my god, Yes!!”, I said, ha!
We ended up meeting around 2:00 pm at a local McDonald’s. That’s Armando on the left, me on the right. Oh man, this car is even crazier in person! I mean, it’s EXTREME!! The first thing you notice is an amazing paint job. My photos don’t show it well, but the car is sort of a sparkly-black color. Not quite sure how to explain it. It’s a little like metal-flake paint but toned down quite a bit, very subtle. It really looks more like an extremely DEEP black. It has the RED BAT-SYMBOL on each door and RED Pin-Striping all over. A nice tribute to the 1966 Batmobile by George Barris maybe?
The main reason I have so many pics is because I went a little crazy. I mean, almost every inch of this car has a special “Batman” emblem or symbol some place. The attention to detail is insane! But overall it’s just a lot of fun. Some of the BATS are just vinyl decals but most of them are custom made pieces that are kind of like “clear-plastic bubbles”. Sorry, not a good description but they’re very well made, look crafted by hand too, sort of like clear jewels… really really nice!
The 6.4 Liter HEMI Engine is all tricked out and there is even some neon lighting in there. This thing has gotta be crazy cool at night time! Oh man, you know, with color-changing lights shooting out of the front grill. Armando said there was even NEON, under the car, as well.
So, everybody please take the time to look at each photo, all blown-up in large detail (click on them). This car is extremely cool and if you’re a serious Batman Fan you’re gonna love it!
My favorite touch was the console cabinet inside the car. Just check out those pics and the details… fun stuff!
Thank you Armando for contacting me and showing me your car. I feel like I have made a new friend, Thanks!
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The 1968 Dodge Dart was hot with the 440 engine, but Chrysler also made an even hotter limited number of ultra high performance Darts equipped with a Hemi engine. These were light weight Dart GTS hardtops and Chrysler noted they were “intended for use in supervised acceleration trials and not intended for general highway use” and were delivered with no warranty
•Includes parts for 2 different versions: Stock (interior, hood, wheels and suspension) or Racing version (interior, suspension, hood with scoop and drag slicks)
•Decals with factory stock markings plus drag race graphics
•Chrome plated parts and soft black tires
•Contains 163 pieces
•Illustrated assembly instructions
Recommended Ages:10 and up
- Includes parts for 2 different versions: Stock (interior, hood, wheels and suspension) or Racing version (interior, suspension, hood with scoop and drag slicks)
- Decals with factory stock markings plus drag race graphics
- Chrome plated parts and soft black tires
- Contains 163 pieces
- Illustrated assembly instructions
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1-25 Scale. Molded in white with chrome, black vinyl tires and water-release decals, Over 95 parts, Sherrif Rosco’s classic Monaco Police cruiser Single exhaust chassis! Wide county cruiser wheels and tires, Fully detailed, Includes police equipment for added realism and detail. Full color decal sheet. Skill level 2.
- Scale: 1/25
- Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up)
- Glue assembly, paint required
- Molded in white and clear with chrome, black vinyl tires and water-release decals
- Sherrif Rosco’s classic Monaco Police cruiser
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1/25 scale. Comes with detailed engine and interior, rubber tires and full color decals. Skill level 2.
- 1:25 Scale
- Complete Interior and detailed parts include Push Bar, Plated Parts, Vinyl Tires, Interior Roll Cage and Custom Mag Wheels
- Detailed V-8 Engine
- Skill Level 2
- Paint and Glue Required; colorful decals included
Reblogged 5 years ago from www.amazon.com