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May 29, 2006

Back to the Future DeLorean

at 3:31 am. Filed under Crazy Hacks

Here is a movie replica car taken to the max! The results are fantastic!

“Remember the Flux Capacitor we featured a couple weeks ago? The same seller has a 1983 DeLorean that has been done up as a near perfect replica of Dr. Emmett Brown’s creation in Back to the Future. The seller says that his replica is the best for your money after “several years of research” into the car. The DMC car comes with a “working” flux capacitor, programmable time circuits, movie accurate plutonium reactor and has only 12,000 miles. You can check out some footage of the working interior here and here. Now all you have to do is get one point twenty-one jigowatts of power, and you are ready to go.”

Via: TechEBlog


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5 Responses to “Back to the Future DeLorean”

  1. Barrett Says:

    HAHAHA guaranteed to scare off every chick within a 50 mile radius. Hey baby check out my ride… I just wish I had that much money to blow.

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    LOL, I guess you are right. Cool but not exactly a chick magnet.
    This on the other hand… 🙂

  3. Linkovich Says:

    but is there a remote control?

  4. bluxed Says:

    Very nice Time Machine. Check out http://www.bttfblog.com

  5. Deadly Computer Blog » Going Green! or Not, Part II - Nuclear Energy Says:

    […] that within 10 years everyone will use one of these.  Well, pretend for a minute that you have a time traveling DeLorean, and you go back in time to 1955, you would hear this quote: Nuclear-powered vacuum cleaners will […]

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