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  1. AMT 89 Batmobile

    This is the batmobile I'm working on, I'm planning on making all working lights that and a display base to simulate the seen in Batman after Batman and Vicki Vale escape the Joker and are in route to the batcave on a dark wet, woodland road with plenty of leaves blowing around. I haven't got the paint job done yet, still trying to get the color mix just right. Been playing with the idea of putting a bit of pearlex in some satin clear for an overcoat, to give the reflections the magic that's on the big screen. The right mix of red, blue, and green pearl is essential. Here's a shot of the dash before fiber optic installation. For some reason I had to reduce the quality of the dash pic, to get it to upload... sorry. Any input or constructive criticism welcome! Any ideas out there on anything that could enhance this build further?