Buy Corgi Batman DieCast Cars and Batmobiles

The Corgi Batman Vehicle range was a limited collectable range produced by Corgi. The range covers vehicles from various eras of Batman from the 1940's right up to the present day movies and is probably the most comprehensive and collectable range of Batman vehicles ever produced.

There were a number of cars to collect and most are in the 1:43 scale and are highly detailed, down to the high-tech bat-gadgetry that you would expect. These cars are great for kids and who doesn't remember lying on the floor playing with Matchbox or Corgi cars and recreating scenes from the TV show or the Movies. However these are also great for collectors and Batman fans and look great when displayed.

Ebay is a great source for Corgi Batman Diecast Vehicles both new and used especially all the discontinued and rare cars and they can be at extremely reasonable prices, Ebay also gives you a huge variety to choose from as well as allowing you to still find items that are no longer available.

This hub concentrates more on the different Batmobiles that were released, if you are interested in the rather more eclectic vehicles in the range such as the Catmobile then please see my Corgi Batman Diecast Vehicles Part 2 Hub

If you are interested in other Batman memorabilia and sets please also look at my Lego Batman Hub.

Batmobile 1960 No. US77301

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1960 TV series version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast. This is the classic edition of the Batmobile as driven by Adam West and also comes in a Special box. The model features a spring out saw blade when you push down on the beacon light, there is also room for a Batman figure to sit inside

The 1960's version of the Batmobile is the most popular Batmobile of all time.

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Batmobile 2000 No. US77302

This model was released in 2004 and is the 2000 version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast. As you would expect for the Dark Knight this Batmobile comes in Jet Black baked enamel finish and also comes in a Special box. The model features a visible rotating rear turbine that can be seen through the clear cockpit.

Throughout the decades, Batman has relied on his slick Batmobile to zip around Gotham and protect its streets.

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Batmobile 1990's No. US77303

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1990 Breyfogle version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast.The style and aerodynamic look of the 1990's Batmobile was ahead of its time and also comes in a Special box. The model features a rear hood that opens to reveal the custom-designed turbo engine.

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Jokermobile 1950's No. US77304

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1950's Comic Book version of the Jokermobile in 1.43 scale diecast. This was the ride used by the Clown Prince of Crime way back in time. A classic throwback to the Caped Crusader's early years and is essential Batman memorabilia.

This vehicle features a pop open dome when you press the Joker face at the front which reveals a Joker figure sitting inside and neatly captures the comically-sinister personality of its villainous owner

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Batmarine 1960's No. US77305

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1960's TV Series version of the Batmarine Batplane and Batboat in 1.43 scale diecast. The Batmarine speeds through the water and the air when Batman gets word of an emergency back in Gotham City.

This vehicle features a button on the top that makes the retractable wings pop open.

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Batmobile 1980's No. US77307

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1980 version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast. This edition of the Batmobile is painted in blue, black and yellow and also comes in a Special box.

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Batmobile 2000 version 2 No. US77308

This model was released in 2004 and is the second of the two 2000 versions of the Batmobile made in 1.43 scale diecast metal. This version differs from No. US77302 as it uses Blue paint and also comes in a Special box. The Batmobile model features a spring loaded canopy for quick entry and exit by the Caped Crusader as well as having extra high wings.

Throughout the decades, both in the comic, TV series and movies Batman has relied on his slick Batmobile to zip around Gotham and protect its streets and this is one of the most striking versions.

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Batmobile 1940's No. US77309

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1940's comic book version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast metal. This version comes in a fantastic black and red enamel paint finish and also comes in a Special box. This model features a Spring loaded Bat-Ram.

This was the first Batmobile to fully incorporate a bat motif into its design and so this 1940s classic is sure to put lots of Batman collectors in a frenzy.

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Batman Silver Age Collection No. US77310

This Batman Silver Age Collection set was released in 2004 and is the second in the series of three Batman "Age" sets from Corgi. The Silver Age Batman Collection includes two die-cast Batman vehicles in a high quality hinged box, with an embossed silver foil out sleeve and a numbered certificate of authenticity. Inside the box you get two 1960's TV Series Bat-vehicles, the Classic 60's Batmobile and the Batmarine. This set is basically No. US77301 and US77305 in a very fancy box.

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Batman In Flight Set No. US77313

This Batman in Flight set was released in 2004 and is a combination of two of the earlier sets released. With this set you get two die-cast Batmobiles in a high quality box, with an embossed bat logo and a numbered certificate of authenticity. Inside the box are the Classic 60's Batmobile and the 2000 version of the Batmobile. This set is basically No. US77301 and US77308 in a very fancy box.

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Batmobile 1950's No. US77314

This model was released in 2004 and is the 1950's comic book version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast metal. This version comes in a a beautiful dark blue enamel paint finish and also comes in a Special box. This model features a Science Lab in the rear compartment which lifts up. However on the real car from the comic book, the back of the vehicle does not actually lift up, Corgi has designed this model so that collectors can lift up the rear section to peer in and get a good look at the detailing that has been put into it.

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Batmobile 1970's No. US77315

This model was released in 2005 and is the 1970's comic book version of the Batmobile in 1.43 scale diecast. This version comes in a futuristic black and blue enamel paint finish with a stylised Bat Logo on the bonnert and also comes in a Special box. This model features spring release opening doors which are activated by pressing on the bonnet.

The 1970's offered some pretty un-imaginative automobile designs in comparison to Batmobiles from other eras. This vehicle was chosen as it was the coolest of all the vehicles of that era and Combines the styling of 70's Mercedes and Jaguar coupes.

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