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1966 Batmobile

Always wanted your very own 1966 Batmobile? If so, and have $250,000 to spend on a car, then look no further than this stunning replica. Featuring a Bat-Phone, 5.7-liter V8 producing 250-horsepower and hidden underneath a motorized hood, as well as a rear turbine outlet. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Safe House KWK Promes

KWK Promes' Safe House looks normal at first, but it can be quickly transformed into a concrete fortress. Should there ever be a zombie apocalypse, the solid barrier can be converted into a holding pen for guests before they can enter. That's not all, every windows is clad in movable shutters, while the south wall has a roll-down gate that doubles as a projection screen. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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LEGO Cats

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You can find LEGO sets for just about anything these days, including life-sized cats. That's right, JEKCA is offering these sets that stand 1.6-feet tall each when completed, and they can be ordered in different positions as well as various colors. Unfortunately, each one will set you back $66, and they don't come assembled. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Amazing Sand Sculpture

These amazing sculpture may look Photoshopped, but they're real, and the work of Toshihiko Hosaka. The 43-year-old artist has been making sand sculptures ever since grade school, and spent the past two decades honing his skills. No molds or adhesives are used in the making of these works of art, just sand and a few metal sculpting tools.

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Luxury Dog Mansion

You could either spend $200,000 on a new house in many parts of the world, or a luxury dog mansion. They feature oak / beech hardwood floors, marble balconies, indoor / outdoor lighting, automated food systems, a television, surround sound system, and even solar panels. "Why wouldn't a dog house be as elegant and beautiful as its owner's? Why shouldn't an architect design a house for the dog? What if it could be beautiful, stylish and also practical? What if it had miniature engravings, windows, doors etc all in proportion with the dog house? Why is it that during a time when a dog is considered to be a family member can't a dog also have its own dog mansion equal to its owner's, where he can lie comfortably when outdoors," said Alice Willimas, Creative Director at Hecate Verona. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Funny Product Warning

Let's face it, people don't stock their bathrooms with magazines like they used to, and rely more on smartphones / tablets to keep up with their daily reading. However, sometimes you're caught without one, and that means reading random product labels becomes the next best thing. Sainsbury's realized this, and decided to add this extra little bit at the end. Continue reading for more funny product warnings. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Volkswagen Fridge

Slovenia-based Gorenje takes things back, way back, with their retro-styled Volkswagen refrigerator. Despite looking like it was made from a scrapyard vehicle, it's as modern as fridges get, complete with IonAire technology and DynamiCooling to ensure that all of your food stays fresh. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Python Skin Death Trooper

Death troopers are an elite variant of the Galactic Empire's stormtroopers that wear black suits of armor and a specialized helmet that scrambled verbal communications. Now accessory manufacturers Elemnt have created a on-off version, based on the original mold used in Star Wars: Rogue One, but wrapped entirely in real python skin, complete with battle damage. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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3D Drawing Cambodian Artist

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Sure, some Adobe After Effects and Photoshop was used to create the mind-bending illusions, but for the most part, all of these 3D drawings were handcrafted by Visoth Kakvei from Cambodia, who has a following of 800,000 on Instagram. The 27-year-old graphic designer spends on average 3-6 hours freehand to complete a drawing, without the digital effects. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus drawings.

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Backyard Roller Coaster

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Jadon Brooks, an 18-year-old theme park fan from New Jersey, managed to build an incredible roller coaster for his little sister, Eden, in their parents' backyard, using just PVC pipes, wood, and a few parts purchased at a local hardware store. All in all, it only cost him $1,500 to complete the project, and the cable-powered ride is safe enough for both thrill-seekers to ride. "I give it an 'A' for creativity and 'A' for industrious," said amusement ride safety inspector Walter Reiss. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Galaxy S8 being dropped while being encapsulated in a raindrop cake.

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