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|HOLY MARVEL--It's the Batmobile|
|Written by Debi Lander|
|Tuesday, 28 October 2008 08:46|
Geoff Albert, owner of Classic Caddy Tours, in Savannah, GA zooms clients around in his 1960 black Cadillac, bearing a striking resemblance to The Batmobile. The va-va-vroom of the 325-horsepower engine roars an all-points alert.
While a magnificently maintained (antique?) automobile, this Caddy lives as a party animal. Imagine arriving on Halloween costumed as Robin, the Green Hornet, the Riddler or perhaps Catwoman. ZOWIE. You'd make a POWerful entrance no one would ever forget.
Pointy rear fins are long enough to hold jet thrusters. Geoff, aka Bruce Wayne, keeps the body so shiny, the sun's reflection could blind any rival; and the lipstick-red leather interior is spotless enough for the bride of Frankenstein.
If you're not in the Savannah area, OUCH, you can still drive the car online: put the keys in the ignition, honk the horn, steer the wheel and have some first-class fun.