We've seen fans building their very own version of their favourite movie vehicles.
And when we think of movie vehicles, there's nothing more iconic than the Batmobile, Batman's ride of choice.
One fan in Russia love it so much, he built one from scratch.
The only problem is, the local police is not very happy with his little pet project.
Comes with a model gun
reported that the Batmobile belongs to a 32-year-old man, and it was modelled after the vehicle in the 2016 Batman film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".
The vehicle, which was reportedly put on sale in Russia for 55 million Rubles (RM3.49 million) last October, reportedly comes armoured and equipped with a night-vision camera, a thermal imaging camera, a laser-aiming device and a model gun that imitates the sound of shooting.
The authorities stopped the obviously very cool-looking vehicle as it cruised down one of the main roads in Moscow on Saturday (29 February).
Russia's interior ministry said in statement that the man assembled the vehicle illegally at a private workshop called Fast Boom Pro, and thus, its owner has been slapped with numerous violations.
The modified vehicle reportedly is not registered as a vehicle and therefore, it does not adhere to road safety standards.
On top of that, at six meters long, it is deemed to be too supersized for a standard car.
He was reportedly fined for the offences, and we're guessing he had to pay a lot of money before he got his car back.
Unless you're Bruce Wayne, you'll probably go broke paying the fines, so don't simply drive around if you have one, OK?