Elle (theroadtoelle) wrote,

Toot sweets

On this day in 2013. the original Batmobile for the TV series Batman sold at auction in Scottsdale, AZ for $4.6 million. It was the first of six Batmobiles produced for the show. Is there any prop or random item from television or movie history you'd love to own?

Do you ever play that game where you imagine what you'd do if you won the lottery? Bet you don't play it as often as I do. *Rolleyes* I've actually worked out that I do it whenever I start a new budget. And yes, January is the first month of my new budget, so this prompt is very timely.

Anyway, as well as a long list of serious and not-so serious things, my husband and I have talked about some TV/movie-related stuff we'd like. I'm not sure we need actual genuine props, just replicas would be fine.

Just as a heads up, they're all cars. *Laugh*

*BurstBL* A 1982 customised Pontiac Trans Am like K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider.

*BurstBL* A 1969 Dodge Charger like the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard.

*BurstBL* A Delorean DMC-12 like the time machine from Back To The Future.

*BurstBL* A 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 like Eleanor from Gone In 60 Seconds.

*BurstBL* A 1995 Porsche 991 Turbo (964) like the one in Bad Boys.

*BurstBL* A 1977 Chevrolet Camaro like Bumblebee from Transformers.

*Burstp* A customised Paragon Panther like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. *Laugh*

Yeah, that last one was my addition to the list. How'd you guess? *Rolling* Interestingly, the actual Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is owned by a NZer, Sir Peter Jackson. A man after my own heart! *Heart* Ooh, and that reminds me, I wouldn't mind a 'one ring' from Lord of the Rings... *Think*
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