Australian Man Builds His Own Batmobile to Cheer Up Sick Children
"This is the best day of my life!" one child said about a ride in the vehicle
Bruce Wayne would be proud.
Zac Mihajlovic, a 29-year-old living in Camden, Australia, has teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to use his street-legal Batmobile to brighten the spirits of terminally ill children.
Mihajlovic dresses as Batman and shows up in his replica of the vehicle from 1989's Batman to visit kids such as Domenic, a young boy who suffers from cystic fibrosis. Domenic is an avid Batman fan and was delighted to get to ride in the Batmobile earlier this year.
"This is the best day of my life!" Domenic said about the ride in a video from 2dayfm.
Mihajlovic has been offered large sums to sell his impressive vehicle, which he built with his grandfather, but he hangs on to it because of the joy it provides to young people. "It gives kids, sadly, their dying wish," he told Barcroft Cars.
See the video below of Domenic's ride, along with Mihajlovic talking about his car.