Parking? Where we’re going we don’t need to park. When going to the future, you might as well travel there in style, with this stretch DeLorean limo. The only problem is, getting it up to 88 MPH in the first place.
Transformers scholars will be quick to point out that there’s already an Autobot that transforms into a DeLorean DMC-12, but let’s out-point them with this point. Which would you rather have: Swindler, a weakling whose most notable achievement is a stint as a pro wrestling manager or Gigawatt, a mighty warrior that can travel through time when he hits 88MPH?
This beauty combines two of our favorite passions, LEGO and Back To The Future. This is a made to scale LEGO DeLorean. It’s j
ust a 1:15 scale model of the real thing, so it isn’t large, but it is impressive.
I just recently ordered myself one of those AR.Drone 2.0 quadrotors to play with, but now that I’ve seen this thing I’m totally jealous. What you’re looking at here isn’t a scene from a movie, it’s a totally custom-built flying quadrocopter built to look like Doc Brown’s DeLorean from Back to the Future.
Great Scott, Marty! It’s Hill Valley in the year 2015. And it’s made entirely out of LEGO. This amazing recreation of Hill Valley from Back to the Future II was created by Alex Jones (aka “Orion Pax.”)
A while back, there was an opportunity to purchase one of the original hoverboards from Back to the Future II, but that one sold for over $22,000 at auction. Here’s a chance for you to own your own, at a fraction of that price.
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.
If you’ve got some deep pockets, and are looking for something that you know nobody else will be getting as a holiday gift this year, then you might want to head on over to Los Angeles this December, for a chance to own some original props from the Back to the Future films.
We were pretty excited when we heard about Nike’s new Back to the Future inspired MAG shoes. I just wish that they had power laces and that I could afford a pair. If that sounds like you as well, don’t despair.
Well, I was pretty excited earlier when I read all about the new Nike Air MAGs, the Marty McFly sneakers from Back to the Future II, but now that Nike has revealed the full details about the Air MAGs, I’m sad to report that they won’t feature functional power-laces.
How much would you pay for a pair of Nike Air Mags, aka the Marty McFly shoes in Back to the Future II? I don’t know, but since Nike also patented power laces (laces that will tighten themselves), I’m expecting something big in the coming weeks on the sneaker front.
If Doc Brown even needed to travel to another time with extra clothes and flux capacitors in tow, this is the DeLorean he would use. The DeLorean was the stuff of car lust for me before I discovered Cannonball Run and the Lamborghini in my youth.
Where he’s going, he will need the Triforce:
What started out as a Photoshopped image by Chad Daniels has rightfully been turned into a shirt by Caldwell Tanner and Shawn Handyside.
You can get the A Link to the Future T-shirt at Level Up Studios; the men’s shirt sells for $19 (USD) while the women’s shirt costs $20.
I have talked about the cool Flash Rods flash drives before. These things are handmade and put flash storage into Hot Wheels cars, making for one really cool flash drive. Flash rods also makes larger external HDDs for the desk as well – and the latest from the company is awesome.