Licensed Replicas

Fiberglass Freaks, a company in Logansport, Indiana, is authorized to build officially licensed 1966 Batmobile replicas.  Fiberglass Freaks is the only officially licensed builder of the 1966 Batmobile in the world.  They were licensed by DC Comics in September of 2010 to build the cars as the ultimate collectible.

The announcement of the licensing created an explosion of television, radio, magazine, newspaper, and on-line mentions.  Fiberglass Freaks was featured on the How Do They Do It? television show on both Science Channel and Discover Channel, as well as many news stations.  Fiberglass Freaks cars have been featured on the Today show, Good Morning America, Big Cool Stuff on The Travel Channel, Hollywood Treasures, and several times on Jay Leno's Garage.  

Fiberglass Freaks' cars feature all of the features and gadgets that you remember from the show:  the distinctive double bubble canopies, the long fins, the red flashing beacon light, a five door roll top dashboard, and a working flamethrower out the back.

Fiberglass Freaks has sold cars all over the world, including Italy, England, Canada, and even Australia.  To contact the Freaks, you may call 574-722-3237, or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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