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.
huge congrats on winning MaximumPC Rig of the Month. I'll be posting the page on the site today once I get home from work (I forgot to do it last night, lol). If you have a scanned copy all ready send it my way and I'll get it up right now!!
awesome work, you definitely deserve it.
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