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DeLorean

  1. Flying Back to the Future DeLorean Replica Doesn’t Need Roads Where It’s Going

    Please excuse the crudity of this model.

    If this is not the single greatest thing you've seen all day, then can I have your life, please? It must be filled with untold wonders. (DIY instructions after the jump.)

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  2. Travel Through Time to Back to the Future’s 1985 and 1955 Hill Valley in a Scale Model of the Town

    Please excuse the crudity of this model.

    Soon, you'll be able to travel through time like Marty McFly—complete with plenty of Huey Lewis and the News—and go back to see the Hill Valley of the past. For an upcoming Back to the Future screening, scale replicas of Hill Valley and its different time periods are being constructed. This is heavy.

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  3. This DeLorean Limo Will Allow You To Be The Star Of Any 80s Prom

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    I had an 80s prom for my birthday last December and I would have given anything to roll up in this. According the original tumblr post, "This DeLorean stretch limo with three full sets of gull wing doors was created by Rich Weissensel. It began as a sketch and an order for a custom stainless steel frame after meeting John DeLorean at the DeLorean Car Show in 2000, and took the following 12 years to complete. Rich had hoped to give John a ride in his creation, but it was nowhere near completion when DeLorean died in March of 2005." One more picture after the jump. 

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  4. Back to the Future’s DeLorean Receives Its Long-Awaited Hover Conversion [VIDEO]

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    If memory serves, we don't know exactly when hover technology started being utilized by the masses. Though it's somewhere between 1985 and 2015 if Back to the Future 2 is any indication. While we may have the technology, we're nowhere near using it to make our cars fly but that didn't stop one gentleman from trying. Matthew Riese raised over $5,500 in a Kickstarter campaign to fulfill his dream and complete the alterations on the DeLorean. But at least for this experiment, he did not need roads. (via Hypervocal) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. You’ll Never Hit 88 Miles Per Hour In This DeLorean Taxi

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    It's true that New York taxis usually drive like maniacs but it's pretty difficult to get up to 88 mph in Manhattan. Unless you've got a hover conversion, of course. Unfortunately, this isn't real. Mike Lubrano imagined what a Back to the Future taxi would look like for a NYC fashion house called Nooka. Hit the jump to see it with the doors open.

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  6. Wait a Minute, Doc, Are You Telling Me That You Built a Wedding Cake Out Of Back to the Future?

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    This is (probably) heavy. It's also just one of many geeky creations from Tracey of Black Cherry Cake Company. We've got a closer look at the DeLorean after the jump.

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  7. Ready Player One Author Will Give You a DeLorean if You Can Solve the Puzzle in His Book

    If you want a 1981 DeLorean, your bet shot at living that dream may be right around the corner. Ernest Cline, the author of the novel Ready Player One has announced he may be giving the car away to one of the readers of the novel. Why only "may be"? In order to win the car, readers will have to uncover a puzzle hidden in the book, the solution of which points to three seperate video game challenges. If someone can find and complete the challenges, then and only then will they be the recipient of the fabled DeLorean.

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  8. Check Out This Scale LEGO Model of the Back to the Future DeLorean

    Not all LEGO builds have to be massive to be impressive, even if that usually helps. This LEGO DeLoreon, for instance, is not full-sized; it's not even what you might call "large." Instead, it's a 1:15 scale model of the real deal, the real deal of course being the time-traveling one from Back to the Future. Constructed by Alex Jones, AKA, Orion Pax, the build is made completely of standard LEGO parts, but a custom silver paint job. And yes, the wheels can go into hover mode.

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