字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - When we get pulled over in the Batcars, luckily a lot of the police officers just want their picture taken with it. Yes sir, you can. Please do. We created the Batcar for the Michael Keaton Batman movie, the Mystery Machine from Scooby-Doo, everything from Herbie the Love Bug to the Landspeeder from Star Wars. We create a lot of wild rides out of some junk. (lighthearted music) In the past two or three years, we've created 15, 16 iconic movie cars. I had a real job at one time at a major airline. We initially started out refurbishing old cars. We decided we were gonna start making some iconic cars that you could actually get in and out of it, drive it, kids can climb on it and look at it. Typical builds can be anywhere from as little as two weeks, to as much as three years. The Speed Racer Mach 5 sitting here beside us started off as a 94 Corvette. Hopefully here in about 30 days it'll be finished up, have a great big honking M on the hood of it, and it'll look awesome. There's a tremendous amount of trial and error. A lot of these cars have a lot of fiberglass on 'em. It's a labor of love to come out and just continue putting down layers and layers of fiberglass. You can't go to O'Riley's or Advanced Auto Parts and ask 'em for a part for a Batcar. (upbeat music) Our Eleanor from Gone in 60 Seconds car up front is absolutely as screen- accurate as we can get it. From the stainless aluminum interior to the seats to the shifter, the go baby switch in the center. And we drive Eleanor just like it's supposed to be driven. That's why it was built. (engine revving) (tires screeching) Everything we have we take out and drive. Every single piece. We take it all to the local stores, we'll go to McDonald's. What better thing to get groceries in than the Batcar?