Homemade Batmobile

Holy tyre smokes! An aspiring racing driver has created the world’s first road-legal jet turbine powered Batmobile – with speeds of 180mph.Casey Putsch spent five months painstakingly piecing together his amazing replica car using everything from aerospace materials to polycarbonate.But his favourite feature on the incredible bat car is a military spec turbine engine used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines.

Holy tyre smokes! An aspiring racing driver has created the world's first road-legal jet turbine powered Batmobile - with speeds of 180mph.Casey Putsch spent five months painstakingly piecing together his amazing replica car using everything from aerospace materials to polycarbonate.But his favourite feature on the incredible bat car is a military spec turbine engine used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines.

Holy tyre smokes! An aspiring racing driver has created the world's first road-legal jet turbine powered Batmobile - with speeds of 180mph.Casey Putsch spent five months painstakingly piecing together his amazing replica car using everything from aerospace materials to polycarbonate.But his favourite feature on the incredible bat car is a military spec turbine engine used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines.

Holy tyre smokes! An aspiring racing driver has created the world's first road-legal jet turbine powered Batmobile - with speeds of 180mph.Casey Putsch spent five months painstakingly piecing together his amazing replica car using everything from aerospace materials to polycarbonate.But his favourite feature on the incredible bat car is a military spec turbine engine used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines.

Holy tyre smokes! An aspiring racing driver has created the world's first road-legal jet turbine powered Batmobile - with speeds of 180mph.Casey Putsch spent five months painstakingly piecing together his amazing replica car using everything from aerospace materials to polycarbonate.But his favourite feature on the incredible bat car is a military spec turbine engine used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines.