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1981 De Lorean DMC-12 "Back To The Future Part I" . Here is the Version of the DMC-12 build to a Time-Machine by Doc Emmet Brown. The First Time-Machine is powered by Plutonium. So i putted a Plutonium-Case with Plutonium from Lybia inside the trunk on the front side of the car. The Nuclear-Reactor in the rear puts the needed 1.21 Gigawatt to the FLUX-Capacitor Jump trough the Time. After any Jump the Reactor is needed to refill. The very very HOT water from cooling the Reactor is getting thrustet out trough the Exhaust-System connected with the Reactor on the Back. Inside the Car we find the Time-Setting-Computer and the most important FLUX-Capacitor. Enjoy this Version of my DMC-12 and stay tuned for the DMC-12's from Part II and III!!! :) . Main Views Detail Views FLUX Capacitor Plutonium Refill See also: De Lorean DMC-12 DMC-12 Back To The Future Part II DMC-12 Back To The Future Part III


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