Started with a 1/6 RC Batmobile Tumbler from Walmart. Next I dremeled out all the RC gear to make room for the computer components. Then I made an aluminum plate to reinforce the Batmobile chassis. I installed all the LED lighting in the body incorporating 7 LED hard drive activity lights - 2 in front, 1 on each side and 3 in the "jet exhaust" to change it from blue/amber to blue/amber/red. Figured out the computer parts layout and installed them with necessary mods. "Stealthed" the on/off switch into the top of the car and manufactured a remote DVD eject button (hint: it's the brown button on the right above the DVD). Voila! You have a Batmobile PC. AMD Sempron 2800+, 40 gig HD, 736 megs of DDR400 ram.
Front 3/4 view of the Batmobile PC
Side view of Batmobile PC with DVD open.
Rear view of Batmobile. Jet exhaust color changes with HD activity. Look closely under spoiler to see USB and sound outlets.
Top view of Batmobile. 10 white LEDs, 4 red LEDs inside lighting and 2 red LEDs in front indicating HD activity.