If you happen to a multimillionaire then this is your chance to also become the most envied geek on the planet: the original Batmobile (from the iconic '60s TV show) is up for auction next year.
Auctioneers Barrett-Jackson fill us in on the legendary car's background:
"The 1966 Batmobile by George Barris is the most recognized and popular piece of entertainment history, worldwide.
"This vehicle not only marks the significant bat logo that sits on the middle of its door, but a time in television history where they defied the odds of making a car become the star.This is the first time the car has been available for purchase since George got it for a dollar and, according to ICv2, Barrett-Jackson is expecting it to sell for "multiple millions".
"Still as beautiful as when it first came out of the paint shop, this 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car has been a part of the personal collection of George Barris since he first bought it from the Ford Motor Company for $1.
"After having a meeting with the producer of the TV Show, William Dozier, George was left with the challenge of 15 days and $15,000 budget.
"Before George knew it, the Lincoln Futura was underway to becoming what others will always remember to be the Original Batmobile. Besides seeing the likes of Adam West and Burt Ward (Batman and Robin), this car has been on a variety of television/movie sets, car shows and museums around the nation."