This impeccable replica of the 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 from Back to the Future is heading to auction.
The Delorean is decked out with just about everything you’ll find on the real thing and is even signed by Doc Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd.
Not only does it look identical, with the same brushed stainless-steel body and gull-wing doors, it also has all the crazy hardware Doc Brown added to the car to turn it into a time machine.
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The DeLorean replica is also fitted with functioning neon lighting, smoke effects, and even the same chaotic mess of hoses running throughout.
And of course, it has the ‘flux capacitor’ which allows the DeLorean to travel through time.
The car comes with all of the removable components you see in Back to the Future I and II.
This means you can configure it to appear the way it did in either the first or second movie, depending on your preference.
The listing says all the components run on the car’s internal 12-volt electrical system or a 120-volt outlet.
The car itself is powered by a 2.8-liter V6 that outputs 130 horsepower.
So, it’s not fast, but you’re not buying this beauty for its speed.
As with the original, the car not only has the same stainless body panels, it’s got the same black leather interior.
According to the listing, it also has ’time circuits to show where you’re going, where you are and where you were’.
The DeLorean replica is set to hit the auction block during Mecum Auction’s Indy 2023 which runs from May 12 to May 20.
While no estimate has been listed, the movie car replica is sure to fetch at least $80,000.
Interested? You can visit the Mecum Auctions listing here.