A Lego version of Batman’s 1989 Batmobile is speeding into stores on Black Friday

The Batmobile that Michael Keaton’s Caped Crusader rode around Gotham City is now a Lego set. Do you have the nerve to build it all? (LEGO)

(CNN) – If you’ve lamented the lack of Legos modeled after Tim Burton’s “Batman,” lament no longer.

For the 30th anniversary of the Tim Burton-helmed “Batman,” Lego is launching a buildable Batmobile modeled after the 1989 on-screen version.

The 3,306-block item comes complete with Lego versions of Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger as Batman, The Joker and Vicki Vale. Have them square off against your Lego Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway!

When it’s complete, this slick Batmobile will stretch nearly 2 feet long. It’s even fitted with a working stick shift, a steering wheel and dashboard stickers so you can reenact getting stuck in Gotham City traffic mid-car chase.

Oh, and there are bat wings, too — it’s gotta fly, after all!

This isn’t a construction job for the faint of heart. The description calls the Batmobile a “challenging and rewarding build,” designed for architects 16 and older. Clearly, Lego wants you to keep this Christmas gift for yourself.

The 1989 Batmobile goes on sale November 29, the day after Thanksgiving — which means Black Friday effectively becomes Bat Friday, right?

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