Man Builds Batmobile And Becomes Real Life Superhero To Sick Children
November 8, 2014
A real-life superhero has turned down six-figure offers for his homemade Batmobile so he can continue helping sick children.
Batman fanatic Zac Mihajlovic, from Camden, Australia, hand-built his very own street legal version of the Batmobile from the 1989 film starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Businessmen from across the world, including a Sheik in Dubai, have offered Mihajlovic big bucks for it.
Rather than cash-in on his dream machine, Zac is using his powers for good by teaming up with Make-A-Wish foundation, making dreams come true for terminally-ill children.
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