Dark Knight Baby Stroller By Tim Baker

Jan 22, 2015

Category: Rides

Being geeky comes with its drawbacks, but sometimes it pays to be a hardcore fan. Take Josh Earl and his young son Colin, for instance. Dedicated to the Dark Knight, these two were recently treated by Super-Fan Builds and Master Builder Tim Baker to what has to be the dopest baby stroller in all of toddlerville.

Based on the tumbler from Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, Baker and his crew created this impressive miniature replica for young Colin to flaunt around the neighborhood. Built on a steel frame, this badass Batstroller features all-wheel tires, mirrored glass, and the ability to swerve around toddler Robins when they ask for a ride to the playground. The question is, once Colin outgrows it, how much will daddy get for it on eBay?

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