Jeff Dunhams Cars: Collection Top Five Vehicles

By PeterLogan

Ford Jeff Dunhams Cars GTX-1

The Ford GT’s bumblebee yellow color is already an eye-catcher, but Jeff wanted more. He chose one without a roof. This car is a rare find, as only 100 were made. Jeff dunhams cars loves to drive his roofless car.

1965 George Barris Calico Surfer

The 1965 George Barris Calico surfer is another of Jeff’s bizarre vehicles. This jeff dunhams cars is only for true and faithful autoheads. Jeff claims that he purchased this vehicle from a car auction after one of the bidders suffered a heart attack. It doesn’t matter if this is true, but Jeff did get a great ride.

1970 Plymouth Superbird

These cars can be compared to a needle in a haystack if you love vintage muscle cars. The rest of the models used a 440-inch engine with an auto transmission. Superbird had a 426-inch engine with a manual transmission.

1966 Batmobile

This replica of the batman car was not the one used in the film, but it was the closest. It looked like a bizarre combination of a gargantuan car and a rocket-powered beast. George Barris, a famous car designer, built the Batmobile. He fitted some crime-fighting gadgets to it and painted it in classic batman style. Jeff dunhams cars may not have the original but he doesn’t mind showing off his replica all over town.

1992 Jeff Dunhams Cars Batmobile

You were wrong if you thought this eccentric car collector was done collecting batmobiles. He also has one from 1992. Guess what? It’s the movie’s original! This one, unlike the 1966, actually traversed the darkened streets of Gotham City. This fully-armoured version was refashioned with bombs, disc launchers and machine guns.

We’d love the opportunity to see for sale. One of the most intriguing cars is available for sale, and anyone would love to look at it.