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$1m Batmobile For Sale

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Imagine cruising down your street in this on a Sunday afternoon. Just imagine.

But that dream could become a reality thanks to designers James Edition, who have created a fully street-legal version of the Batman Tumber - yes, you can legally drive this on the roads.

The price tag is a cool $1,000,000 (£600,000), but don't let that put you off: it's got 44-inch tyres with custom rims, a stereo with Bluetooth, iPod integration, CD and DVD players, together with five cameras to assist you in parking (that will certainly come in handy when you're popping out to the shops). It boasts an eight-cylinder engine with rear-wheel drive, is automatic and is left-hand drive only.

They've made just five worldwide, so get involved and sort yourself out the ultimate set of wheels. Visit the James Edition website to buy yours with that spare million dollars you've got lying around.

(Images: James Edition/AllStar)

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