|Alter Ego||Willie Perry|
|Location||Birmingham, Alabama 33° 31' 14.46" N, 86° 48' 8.76" W|
|Actions||Helping stranded motorists|
|Outfit||White and brown jumpsuit with matching helmet and goggles|
|Equipment||Modified 1971 Ford Thunderbird, Utility belt|
First appearing in the late 1970's, the Birmingham Batman patrolled the highways in a highly modified 1971 Ford Thunderbird dubbed the "Batmobile Rescue Ship" helping stranded motorists and performing other good deeds. In 1982, the mayor of Birmingham declared August 3rd to be "Willie Perry Day" in honor of his service. This same year he was featured on the television program 'That's Incredible!'.
In 1985, Birmingham Batman passed away from carbon monoxide poisoning while working on the Batmobile Rescue Ship in a closed garage.