The Wakanda Forever edition is not powered by Vibranium though.
A total of 13 bids were placed for the lot, which included a DVD of the classic film and an exclusive NFT.
There’s only one problem: it doesn’t run.
It’s the actual prop car used during the filming of the Dark Knight’s second big-screen adventure.
The washed-up volleyball was screen-matched to the cave scene after Hanks’ character created fire.
Propstore is putting up over 500 highly sought-after cinematic artworks on September 15.
Up to five guests can partake in a 30-night stay at the manse this August.
The notorious film relic is being offered by Heritage Auctions.