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Your Very Own Back to the Future 1981 DeLorean Time Machine


Back to the Future 1981 Delorean Time Machine Your Very Own Back to the Future 1981 DeLorean Time Machine

Arrive in style in 1955 – or where ever your destination is – with an iconic ride that will be instantly recognized by almost everyone.

Why build a time machine out of a DeLorean? Duh! Because it’s a DeLorean, although in regards to the Back to the Future 1981 DeLorean Time Machine, that particular car was chosen because it’s the kind that’s in the movie.

Built on a genuine 1981 DeLorean, this Back to the Future replica can make it possible for you to be as cool as Marty McFly, or possibly even Doc Brown, by allowing people to imagine their own trip through time. It’s the ultimate attention-grabber for parties and events, or go completely nuts and just flat-out buy one to keep in your garage all the time.

  • The “Time Machine” built on a genuine 1981 DeLorean car.
  • The body panels are made of solid stainless steel, the original engine is a Volvo V6.
  • Width: 79″
  • Length: 175″
  • Height: 60″ (with Mr. Fusion attached)
  • Weight: 3,000 lbs.
  • Ground Clearance: 5″
  • Wheelbase 94.8 in 2408mm
  • Turning Circle 35 ft 10.67m

You can rent a BttF Time Machine for $1500 a day, and even get the clock tower backdrop pictured above for a $300 rental fee. Of course, if you managed to get your hands on an almanac from the future and made some serious bucks with a few well-placed sports bets, you can skip the rental stuff and own your very own DeLorean Time Machine for only $60K-$75K.

If your taste in geeky vehicles doesn’t involve time travel, you can visit Bob’s Prop Shop to choose from a selection that includes iconic vehicles from The Blues Brothers, Ghostbusters, Knight Rider, Taxi Driver, and The A-Team.

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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