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Title:
  • O AHF 916 - Belgium
  • 39 HF 01
  • 18-YA-58 per Theo

Model code 7071

Exterior code (paint code): Chamonix (085)

History:

Only one series 2 Batmobile ever sold new in the Netherlands. As this “Flügelcoupé” was not officially for sale in the Netherlands, the car entered the country not via the classic importer but was bought directly from the German Autohaus M. Scharmach oHG by a Dutch car loving businessman who used it as a fast company car. He bought the car to replace his former homologation CSL that did not have the aerodynamic package. After attracting a lot of attention from the general public and from the Dutch highway police, the wings were taken off and stored shortly after the purchase. In 1979, the businessman buys himself a new BMW 635CSi and uses the Batmobile as a holiday car in his French holiday resort. A couple of years later, the car pops up again in the Netherlands after the businessman sold his holiday house in France and exchanged it for a nice resort in the Dutch ‘Hoekse Waard’. The car is driven only occasionally, but increasingly less over time until it finally ends up in a stable of the resort. In 1984, the ‘lightweight BMW’ is put up for sale through a small advertisement in the morning newspaper. Car fanatic Jan Goedegebuure becomes the proud owner of the Batmobile, which only suffered from small damages while being stored in the stable and appeared to be in original condition. About 10 years later, the car ends up in the hands of George Ditvoorst after entering into a swap arrangement which involved the racing engine of a Ford Capri. George started the restoration of the Bat, but unfortunately a house fire severely damaged the car. Around 2010 the car was sold to Coen Jansen who started an intense and long restoration process that took about 8 years. The car is now in absolute mint concours condition. Kristof De Wulf is the proud owner since beginning of 2020.

Owner:

  1. Beginning of 2020: Kristof De Wulf (FB)
  2. 2010 -> 2020: Coen Jansen
  3. 1994 - >2010: George Ditvoorst
  4. 1984 -> circa 1994 : Jan Goedegebuure
  5. 1975 -> 1984: first owner in the Netherland
  6. Delivered: 28/04/1975 German Autohaus M. Scharmach oHG
  7. Production: 18/04/1975
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