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Carspotting: Brooklyn, 1982

Posted November 17, 2022 5:00 AM by dstrohl
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Date: 1982

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Source: Jet Lowe, via Historic American Engineering Record/Library of Congress

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11/17/2022 1:49 PM

The Batmobile whizzing around the corner in the lower picture.

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11/18/2022 11:16 AM

How does Batman whiz around a corner? Every time I whiz, it just goes straight....

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11/18/2022 3:42 PM

That's because he's BATMAN. Superheroes have super powers.

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