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O’Reilly Auto Parts Can Fix Doc Brown’s Ride

by Shane McGlaun
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If you happen to be rolling an 81-83 DeLorean and you want to get back to the future, you can get the parts you need to upgrade your DeLorean at O’Reilly auto Parts. The parts place is carrying the Flux Capacitor and Mr. Fusion that Doc Brown used to go to the past and then to the future. Naturally, the Flux Capacitor is made to handle the 1.21 gigawatts of power required.

The plutonium to power the DeLorean’s standard onboard nuclear reactor isn’t included. It seems that part only works with the DeLorean. If you don’t want to worry about Homeland Security with plutonium, you will want the Mr. Fusion upgrade. This upgrade kit is made to allow you to put trash inside the hopper and create the 1.21 gigawatts of electricity needed to time travel. Just make sure you have enough road so you can hit 88 mph.

You can buy both of these items at O’Reilly Auto Parts – assuming you can find a local dealer who has them in stock.. These would be the perfect gift for any DeLorean owner or Back to the Future fan.

[via Geeky Gadgets]

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