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CompleteRadiators.com in Oklahoma City, got what they thought was a crank call the other day. "The guy said he needed a radiator for a 1966 Batmobile, the one from the Batman TV Show, starring Adam West", John says. "I thought it was a joke until it turned out that the caller was serious and really needed a radiator."

"We had the Batmobile in Oklahoma City to display at a charity event to benefit The MS Bridge, a local non-profit organization whose mission it is to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis patients who need financial assistance", said Jeff Binion, Special Events Coordinator for the Kruse Museum in Auburn, Indiana. "As we were driving the Batmobile from one show site to the next we noticed we had a coolant leak from the radiator area and upon further investigation we found out we needed to replace the whole radiator. We called John at CompleteRadiators.com, who had us take a few measurements on the existing unit in the vehicle. He said he had the right replacement in stock, a Proliance Ready-Rad Radiator." Jeff continued, "It was a perfect fit and we had the new unit installed in no time." A perfect example of CompleteRadiators.com's commitment to serve their customers with the right part, at the right place, at the right time.

The Batmobile is permanently on display in the "Batcave" at the Kruse Automotive and Carriage Museum in Auburn, Indiana. Its sleek lines and gothic look make it one of the most recognized cars in television history. The museum is operated by the Dean V. Kruse Foundation and in addition to the Batmobile it features a variety of vehicles in its 40,000 square feet of display, including a Duisenberg, an Indy Race Car and other unique movie and television cars.







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