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The Batmobile from the 1960s TV series "Batman." (Photo: Wikipedia)

The original Batmobile used in the 1960s “Batman” TV series is up for grabs and could sell for $5 million.

MSN reported that the Lincoln Futura has been on display at the North Hollywood shop where it was built since 1968, when the “Batman” television series ended.

The car was reportedly created in 1955 and features bulletproof Plexiglas bubbles on top.

George Barris is the car’s owner, who also made the vehicles used in “The Munsters” and “Beverly Hillbillies.”

Barris said he turned the Lincoln into the Batmobile in 15 days for $15,000.

Some experts think it could sell for up to $5 million at the annual Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale.

Read full story: MSN.

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