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BCJ83
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HotWheels 1/50 Flintstones Vehicle
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HW 1/50 Flintstones Vehicle W/Mini - bcj83

The famous FLINTMOBILE is the prehistoric vehicle featured in The Flintstones, the first animated situation comedy shown on primetime television in America, which debuted in 1960 and ran for six seasons. This famous series tells the story of two working-class families in the Stone Age. Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their best friends, Barney and Betty Rubble, are neighbors who have prehistoric adventures with their children, dinosaurs and other strange fantasy animals.

Collectors will have a YABBA-DABBA-DOO time with this authentic Hot Wheels Elite version of the world-famous Flintstones stone-age vehicle.
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Scale:1/50
Type:Cartoon Static Model

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Part No: BCJ83
Item Name: HW 1/50 Flintstones Vehicle W/Mini
Brand: Hot Wheels
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BLY18
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Hot Wheels 1/50 The Dark Knight Bat
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1/50 The Dark Knight Batmobile - bly18
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The BATMOBILE depicted in the film ‘THE DARK KNIGHT’ is a tank-like vehicle modified from a military vehicle called ‘the Tumbler’. It appears twice in the movie and the film’s production designer described it as a car boasting “Lamborghini lines combined with tank functions: an armored riot control vehicle, complete with machine guns shooting rubber bullets and a large cannon mounted on the front.” This is the largest Batmobile ever, easily straddling a three-lane highway.
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Scale:1/50

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Part No: BLY18
Item Name: 1/50 The Dark Knight Batmobile
Brand: Hot Wheels
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W1171
Item Name:
Hotwheels 1/18 Classic TV Series Ba
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Hotwheels Classic TV Series Batmobi - w1171
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In 1955, the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company designed and built a futuristic concept car called the Lincoln Futura. It was built entirely by hand in Turin, Italy at a cost of $250,000, and like many concept cars, was never put in to production. In the mid 1960's, George Barris of Barris Kustom City acquired the car for $1 directly from Ford.

Fast forward to August 1965, the Batman TV show producers approached George to have him build a new Batmobile for their upcoming show.
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Scale:1/18

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Part No: W1171
Item Name: Hotwheels Classic TV Series Batmobi
Brand: Hot Wheels
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