Sunday, January 3, 2010

Most Realistic Back To The Future DeLorean Ever

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Assembled by Gary Weaver and he spent about 6 years to complete this Back to the Future DeLorean, the most accurate ever. Gary has spent almost $16,000 on this inspired car. But with the bidding on eBay, this DeLorean is sold with $89,000. Damn, what a good profit! If this DeLorean really can travels time then it is worth the price! But, impossible right? Hehe. Read more for more image and info.

• Built on a beautiful, super-clean, stock 1981 5-speed manual transmission DMC-12 with over $16,000 of mechanical work and upgrades performed at DMC California in September of 2008. Approx. 78K miles on vehicle.
• Programmable time circuits which function just like those in the film.
• Functioning digital speedometer on the dashboard (reads actual vehicle speed).
• Main Time Circuit switch functions just like in the film, with all sound effects.
• All interior indicators and switches light up, just like in the film,
• Sound effects for door openings.
• Includes “Plutonium rods,” which can be loaded in to the “reactor” on the rear of car, just like in the film.
• Exterior flux band lighting
• Custom “95 MPH” in-dash speedometer like the one mocked up for the film. The stock Delorean speedometer only goes up to 85MPH.
• Screen-accurate “OUTATIME” metal-stamped license plate with 1986 registration tag.
• Eagle Goodyear GT tires, as seen in the film (not pictured).


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