Holy sale, Batman! Batmobile sells for $4.2 million

A Batman fan bought the original Batmobile with a bid of $4.2 million at an auction on Saturday, reports the New York Daily News.

Businessman Rick Champagne won the black, futuristic two-seater featured in the “Batman” series starring Adam West and Burt Ward from 1966 to 1968, following a flurry of spirited bidding at the Arizona auction.

“I really liked Batman growing up and I came here with the intention of buying the car,” Champagne, 56,said after he bought the car. “Sure enough, I was able to buy it. That was a dream come true.”


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