New 1:25 Parts Coming Soon (Preview)

Pimp My Batmobile 4 Comments

Doug would be proud. :) Happy to report that PMB! is working with P-Crock to get these all new 1:25 (NOT 1:18) Batmobile scale model parts for the Polar Lights 1:25 Batmobile models by P-Crock available for pre-orders soon.

NOTE: If anyone out there is doing high-quality resin casting or knows someone who is – please put them in touch with us. We’d like to reduce the amount of time that some of these parts take to produce and right now we’re getting things from overseas which takes forever. 

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  1. adam spivey

    July 19, 2017 at 12:34 pm

    do you guys make anything to help with a 1/6 joemobile batmobile?

  2. Frank Anderson

    January 5, 2018 at 3:40 pm

    Just saw the post of the Batmobile detail components for the dashboard
    I have a specialized circuit for added leds to the model – will the detailed
    scope on Robin’s side and the center sequential light detail piece accomodate
    tiny LED’S ??

  3. admin

    April 7, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Frank, I can’t speak to whether it will fit your circuit board, but it will work with OUR circuit board also coming out very soon.

  4. admin

    April 7, 2018 at 11:04 am

    Hi Adam, we have in the past but the Joemobile is so beyond help, it’s not something we continued with. We had more accurate wheels, dash parts etc. but Gads, that thing is hard to get motivated to work on. :) We built and customized two of them and will post an article about those projects because your question reminded us that we never have posted about it! But it wasn’t a fun or pretty project. There’s so little going for the Joemobile, (including that it’s not anywhere close to 1:6 scale) that it seems like it would be better to just start from scratch. There is a Hot Toys prototype out there in 1:6 scale, and one collector/modeler had started a project where he 3D scanned the Hot wheels Batmobile and was trying to scale it up to 1:6, but both those stories and models are phantoms these days. 1:6 cars just seem like a boatload of investment and trouble. That being said, if Hot Toys ever releases theirs or if someone else makes a good scanned resin version available, I’m sure we’ll get and attempt it.

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