Green Hornet’s Black Beauty for sale, complete with machine guns, missiles (VIDEO)

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The Black Beauty comes stock with two hood-mounted Browning .30-caliber machine guns, which, when hooked up to propane, shoots flames out the barrels.

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A total of 12 Stinger missiles are stashed in the front and rear bumpers.

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There are also shotgun barrels.

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Every car should be built with suicide doors.

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The interior is heavily modded as well.

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The Black Beauty used in the 2011 “Green Hornet” film is up for sale, and the killer car comes stock with a slew of awesome gadgets.

The heavily modded 1965 Chrysler Imperial features its original 413 engine with 71,421 miles, two hood-mounted Browning .30-caliber machine guns, 12 stinger missiles on the front and rear bumpers, flame-thrower, shotguns, beanbag launchers, and of course, a rotating license plate that switches to “Hornet,” Daily Mail reports.

Massachusetts-based RR Auction started the bidding at a mere $10,000, though at the time of writing it’s up to $25,941.

Jay Leno had a chance to get up close and personal with the Black Beauty. Check out the video below.

[ Daily Mail ]

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