He waited nearly two years for the car to arrive after commissioning the copy of the vehicle, which appeared in the 1989 film Batman Returns starring by Michael Keaton.
However, the 130mph vehicle can not take to public roads as it has no indicators or wing mirrors.
Rather than add the missing parts, Phil, who run a company that hires out and sells iconic cars, has decided to sell the car through his business themecars4u.
The amazing vehicle was built over 18 months at car specialist Chris Allanson's Z Cars in east Yorkshire, and is one of only three working Batmobiles in the world.
Mr. Allanson, a police officer retiree and the managing director of the car-building firm Z Cars, says it took 500-man hours just to paint it and needed 50 tins of body filler.
The car may not be the last to be made in Z Cars, as there is now interest in building two more for a theme park in Dubai.
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