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Papercraft Batmobile: the Dark Knight Gets His Car Back

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I don’t know if any of you heard, but there’s an itty bitty low-budget movie about some sort of winged superhero that just hit theaters this week, and maybe at least a few of you managed to go and see it. Sure, The Dark Knight may be getting Oscar-worthy reviews and raking in record box office, but why (minor spoiler ahead) did the Joker have to go and destroy the Tumbler? Why’d he have to go and do Bruce like that and take away the man’s wheels?

Paper Craft Batman Tumbler

Now you can preserve the memory of the best Batmobile ever with this amazing papercraft model you can build for yourself.

Paper Craft Batman Tumbler

The intricate Batmobile Tumbler design was created by paper-modeler extraordinaire Claudio, who managed to even figure out a way to make perfectly round paper tires.

Paper Craft Batman Tumbler

Crafted from literally hundreds of individual pieces, it’s sure to take you much longer than the 2-1/2+ hour run time of the movie itself.

Paper Craft Batman Tumbler

Paper Craft Batman Tumbler

You can see many more photos, and grab the PDF cut-outs for yourself over at paperinside.

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