Want to be just like Bruce Wayne's superhero alter-ego, but don't want to build your own Flatmobile? Well, you could just buy this. It's a real Batmobile from the Tim Burton-directed films starring Michael Keaton. And this ain't just a prop, it actually runs too, though we're not too sure how practical (or legal) it would be for daily use. Of course the price isn't very practical either, at a current asking price of $500,000. For that money, we'd rather have Bruce Wayne's Lambo. Vehicle description from the current seller after the jump:

Na na na na na na na na na na BATMAN. That is what your neighbors will say when you pull into the driveway. How many people do you know that have a Ferrari, a Mercedes, a Lamborghini, or a Corvette? My guess would be there is at least one of these in your neighborhood. Now how many Batmobiles are in your neighborhood. None, because there were a total of 5 of these cars made.

Here it is one of 5(yes 5 that is not a typo) cars that could have been in the "Batman" movie staring Micheal Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Five cars were built for the movie and this car is the number five car. Being that this car originally was owned by Warner Bros productions it is important to note that the buyer will have to sign a contract with them and some other legal items. If you would like to know more about this, contact me and I will give you all the details.

The car is 20 feet long and 8 feet wide. The chassis is custom built and the motor is a Chevrolet 350. There an o doors on the door. To get in you have to be able to enter through the top where the canopy opens, just like in the movie. There is no title to this car and will only be sold with a bill of sale.

Batman 5 has been sitting in the "Batcave" for almost five years now, and it is time for another Batman enthusiast to enjoy her as much as I have. Please contact me with any questions you have. Any questions except for what my reserve is.

Hat Tip to DoggieDaddy, Michael, and eflowt