In case you did not know what to get that special vigilante in your life, Hammacher Schlemmer has you covered: a roadworthy replica of the 1966 Batmobile.
Hammacher Schlemmer, which has the kind of expensive, eccentric catalog reminiscent of Sky Mall magazine, is offering the recreation for the holiday season at the meager asking price of $200K. There are no atomic batteries or turbines for speed, but the 430-horsepower engine in a Lincoln chassis does come with a propane tank on the back to simulate the classic ride's afterburner effect.
I do not know how that is even legal, but the company assures their Batmobile is totally street legal, cross their hearts. They even added rearview mirrors and a rear video camera, which were absent from Adam West's original, to make sure it was on the up-and-up.