• May 30, 2006

Great Scott! An incredible replica of Doc Brown's DeLorean from the Back to the Future movies is up on the auction block via everybody's favorite internet auction place, Ebay. We're used to amenities such as flight and time travel capability, but the vehicle also sports a cassette player, leather seats, power windows and locks, and air-conditioning. The reserve hasn't been met yet at time of press, despite the current $45K price tag. The replica even has a "working" flux capacitor, realistic exterior lighting, and other parts cast from the original.

[Source: Ebay]

(Thanks to Tim for the tip)



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      • 8 Years Ago
      It's not very "authetic" The base car isn't the same. The BttF Delorean included 3 pedals, and a stick shift.
      • 8 Years Ago
      #6, you obviously didn't watch Back to the Future Part III. The entire movie is essentially devoted to finding an acceptable substitute for gasoline as only the time circuits are powered by Mr. Fusion. The car still has a standard internal combustion engine. In the end, they have to basically rice out a steam engine to push the car to 88 mph... :)
      • 8 Years Ago
      To the guy who complains about the missing Mr Fusion... This is a Part 1 replica. the one that uses the plutonium.
      Boyd Holbrook
      • 8 Years Ago
      You know it will be nice when we get to the point where we do not depend on crude oil. This car no matter how fictional it is, is the wave of the future. Maybe not time travel but definitely travel on the great planet. Come to think of it, what will happen to all these middle east countries that have put a strangle hold on the world for their crude oil? Hopefully they will disappear in the sunset and sell camel dung for their National Product. Watch out Middle East Wanna Be's, you days are numbered.
      • 8 Years Ago
      yea, that bothered me a little when i came across this on engadget. The real BttF was of the stir your own gears variety, while this replica is an auto. This replicar is also missing the Mr. Fusion, but thats just getting nit-picky
      • 8 Years Ago
      Before you claim that this car is nerdy, remember this: KiTT conversions for F-Bodies are still selling strong.