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Back To The Future
Congress passed a law allowing companies to produce a limited number of replica cars that are at least 25 years old. This means the DeLorean Motor Company in Texas can start producing new replicas of the DMC-12, the car made famous in “Back to the Future”. The new cars will feature a modern engine to meet emissions standards and should go for around $100,000.
The DeLorean is making a comeback thanks to a piece of legislation known as the Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act.
Car Club USA travels to Los Angeles, CA to meet with proud DeLorean DMC-12 owners and decode a love affair with a car company that failed over 30 years ago.
Toyota shows off a modified Mirai fuel cell vehicle at the LA Auto Show designed to look like the DeLorean from the Back To The Future movies.
Toyota is celebrating Back to the Future at SEMA this year, with a Tacoma pickup made to look just like Marty's and a Mirai fuel cell vehicle done up like Doc Brown's time machine in place of the DeLorean.
It's Back To The Future day, and Toyota is getting in on the fun by introducing a one-off update to the black pickup truck that featured in the original film.
Toyota is reuniting Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd to promote the Mirai ahead of the fuel cell sedan's Oct. 21 debut. The company is planning other Back to the Future events, too.
The Aficionauto drives Biff's 1946 Ford from the famous manure scene in the original Back to the Future, and invites you along for the surprisingly odorless ride.
The Aficionauto gets the story on a modified 1976 BMW 633 CSI that appears in Back to the Future II.
A museum in Illinois is giving away a DeLorean, but only if the Chicago Cubs win the 2015 World Series as predicted in the science fiction film Back to the Future II.
When an animal rescue group finds a disabled pup, it swoops in and spirits the pooch to a vet and better care. When Rich Weissensel finds a wrecked DeLorean, he whisks it back to his rural lair for a wild makeover. Over the past 14 years, ever since the Chicago native and software engineer met John Z. DeLorean at a car event, he's been exercising his Dr. Moreau-like tendencies on the gullwinged coupe, so far creating a monster truck, a limousine with six gullwing doors, a convertible, a hovercra
We all think of the same exact thing when we hear the word "hoverboard:" Back To The Future. After Marty McFly is transported into the future to fix the mess his future family has gotten itself into, he hops onto a contraption in an unfortunate shade of pink that looks like a skateboard without wheels. According to the original writer of the scene, the thought was that a hoverboard would float on an invisible magnetic field, allowing its rider to hover inches above the surface of the ground on a
Know what today is? It's two years from the time when Jaws 19 is supposed to hit cinema screens around the country. If that doesn't happen (and, looking at IMDB, we're not that hopeful), at least we can ride a hoverboard, the way that Marty McFly does in the classic sequel.
If you're a fan of car-focused media from the 1980s, have we got a video for you. A certifiable genius Someone has mashed up scenes from the Back to the Future trilogy with the opening theme and voiceover from Knight Rider. Yes, Doc Brown's Delorean time machine replaces Michael Knight's KITT, while The Hoff is replaced by Michael J. Fox.
With DeLorean time machine replicas thick on the ground, it was only a matter of time before someone started recreating the other vehicles in the McFly garage. At the end of the first Back to the Future movie, Marty returns to 1985 to find his sweet-looking Toyota SR5 truck all waxed and ready for his date. That truck always did look great in the movie, and now's your chance to own this close facsimile.
Lego fans have spoken and a Back to the Future time machine set will be available for purchase on August 1 for a retail price of $34.99. The fourth model in Lego's innovative Cuusoo line, the Back to the Future set is based on a user-submitted design that received 10,000 supporters on Lego's website. Limited quantities of the set were made available at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego, Calif, with global sales starting next month.