This is NOT a faithful replica of the Batmobile that appeared in Tim Burton 1989 Batman live-action movie. But it is one that you can own without having Bruce Wayne kind of wealth. However, at 22 feet long, it will not fit in a garage unless it is one like Jay Leno’s.
This one goes to all to fans of military vehicle. What you see here is a one-of-the-kind Rapid Intervention Vehicle (R.I.V.) from UK’s off-road and rally car maker, Bowler, and it is now on the block.
The 80s has offered some of the most iconic vehicles, including the van from A-Team, Bell 222 made famous by the series Airwolf, and of course, the AI car, K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider.
If you grew up in the 80s and had been to some of the A-Team promo events across stateside and Canada, this 1979 Chevrolet A-Team Van could be one you had seen and possibly, touched. So what about this vehicle other than its pretty much a TV show icon at this point? Well, we have …
The original Apple-1 computer is a rarity today. Even rarer is one that was signed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. Come December 10, there is just one such Apple-1 signed by Steve Wozniak going on the block, albeit the signature was on the original box.
How times have changed. In the past, gold and stocks could land you with a pot of gold. These days, a vintage copy of Nintendo game could too. Case-in-point: a sealed copy of the Super Mario Bros. 3 has recently set a world’s record for the highest price paid for a video game at auction.
Sir Thomas Sean Connery, arguably the best silver screen James Bond, may have left us for a better place, but fans and movie buffs can own a piece of memorabilia to remember by. An object that is as recognizable as the MI6 agent himself as the phrase “shaken, not stirred.”
After learning how Japan’s tuna king paid US$3.1 million for a 612-lb tuna, there’s nothing too surprising in the world of auctions. Then, New Kim came along. It’s not a tuna. It’s a bird. A racing pigeon.
Mercedes-Benz and Virgil Abloh just made me hate art. They actually did. First off, it was a vague and overly artistic worded press release on Project Geländewagen. I took me the longest time to understand what they trying to do here. While my grammar may not be best, my English is still passable.
Fans collect toys, models and such. But true hardcore fans collect movie props – specifically those that used to make the film itself, such as the 11-foot Nostromo Principal Filming Model from Ridley Scott’s 1979 Alien.