The Supercar “Batcave” Features Movie Award Cars, Arcade Games, and More

What’s in your garage? Maybe a car or two, a motorbike, and then some tools and essentials to do some good DIY maintenance for your car. For most of us, that is the norm but the lucky one percent have a different idea of ​​a garage.

The Kapow Racing Batcave is an excellent example of a carport display. This massive establishment has a private collection featuring a plethora of collectible supercars, bespoke artwork, and more. Understandably, the owner of this ultimate garage is kept a secret except that he is a friend of Tim Burton, otherwise known as Shmee.

For the record, this amazing collection is the headquarters of Kapow Racing. which, after a quick search, appears to be located in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can’t just stop by and visit the place. In fact, cameras, cell phones and videos are supposedly not allowed inside the area, which makes this Shmee feature an exclusive one.

The Batcave features a three-tier BendPak car lift spanning eight columns, while a large wall of adapted artwork faces it. The artwork is representative of the cars in the collection, such as the pair of Heritage Ford GTs and a Chevy Corvette C8 taking part in the Gumball 3000 from Toronto to Miami.

According to Burton, a number of famous halo movie cars are missing from the collection, such as the Aston Martin DB5, the DeLorean time machine from Back to the future film franchise, and the original Batmobile.

Kapow Racing Batcave doesn’t just feature more than a handful of special cars. It also has a number of arcade games and pinball machines, presented in a comfortable looking space with well thought out lighting and design.

Burton’s video tour above should give you a deeper look. As always, let us know what you think below.

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