Classic Batmobile Coming to Nashville at Check Into Cash

CLEVELAND, TN —  Keep your eyes peeled because this classic Batmobile is headed to a storefront near you! The 1966 Batmobile has left its stately home at Wayne Manor and will be visiting select Check Into Cash stores and nearby locations!

All customers and staff, friends and family, super hero fans, and iconic car lovers are cordially invited to stop by! Jokers, Riddlers, and other super villains might not want to risk it!

Don’t miss out on the chance to see Alfred, get your picture taken with the Batmobile, and maybe even see some other familiar comic-stars. The caped crusaders themselves might even make an appearance — anything could happen!

With its atomic batteries fully charged and jet turbine exhaust ablaze, the Batmobile will be swooping over to these Check Into Cash stores soon. 

To find out more about the Batmobile and its Bat-tour schedule visit checkintocash.com/batmobile.

Store #34 – Monday, August 6th

519 Donelson Pike, Ste 103, Nashville, (615) 889-1550

Store #38 – Tuesday, August 7th

4696 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage 

(615) 883-7550

Store #41 – Wednesday, August 8th

7052 Charlotte Pike, Nashville

(615) 354-1371

Store #53 – Thursday, August 9th

3954 Clarksville Hwy, Nashville

 (615) 876-8393

Store #54 – Friday, August 10th

2613 Franklin Pike, Ste 102, Nashville (615) 297-1330

Don’t miss your chance to hang with a Bat-legend! Bring the kids and family, get a professionally taken souvenir photo, and maybe even catch a glimpse of Batman and Robin, provided they’re not off fighting crime somewhere. But do be there – opportunities like these are scarcer than Caped Crusaders themselves.

About The 1966 Batmobile

This Batmobile is owned by our company’s Chairman and CEO, Allan Jones, as part of the Creekridge Classic Car collection and is on loan for this special tour. Originally based on the 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car, the vehicle that would become the famed 1966 TV Batmobile was sold to legendary Hollywood auto Kustomizer George Barris for $1.00 in December 1965, and immediately became one of the stars of the series. In addition to Batman, the Penguin, Robin, the Riddler, King Tut, Alfred, Catwoman, and the Bookworm drove it during the show’s 120-episode run.

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