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"BACK TO THE FUTURE" DeLorean Time Machine . Made over the course of 2 1/2 weeks with NO instructions of any kind. 100% original design. . Thank you all for making this such a hit! It really means something to have my work critiqued & praised by other people who understand the creativity and dedication that this artform requires. There aren't enough hours in the day for me to check out all of your builds, so I really appreciate you checking out mine! Many thanks!! http://www.youtube.com/user/welcometojenkins#p/u/6/zuTB7tzMr8M This is a tribute to the first film, so there are no folding wheels or "Mr. Fusion" accessories. (And yes, that is a little bit of a cop out. Getting the wheels to fold down is hard!) I built 95 percent of this with bricks I already had from my childhood. I had to buy some new grey pieces because the ones I had were fading and discolored. Also, I had to buy those hose pieces for the sides. Total cost was about 15 bucks. (Not including the hundreds of bricks I already had from my collection.) The vehicle weighs 2.11 pounds. The original build (When I made the car itself) took me about a week and a half. I referenced a toy BTTF DeLorean I have to keep the scale accurate. I had to rip the entire thing apart at one point just to make the doors a single stud longer. WORTH IT! Rebuilding the regular car into the movie car took about another week, as I keep tweeking little things every day. I just remade the interior... to be more like the movie. I packed in more "wires" ... the "date & time input computer" ... time circuit knob and of course, the flux capacitor. The unmodified car... The heavily modified car...


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