1.21 Gigawatts, a bolt of lighting and this amazing (and very affordable) die-cast DeLorean replica are just a few of the things absolutely electrifying in this Back to the Future video!
The time-traveling DeLorean from Back to the Future is by far one of the coolest movie cars of all time. But you don't need to be rich as ole' Doc Brown to cruise like Marty McFly. You just need to find the right Walmart! And before you take a trek back to 1955, be sure to subscribe to Sci-Fi 3D on YouTube before you go.
An incredibly beautiful and detailed replica for such a small car, in both size and price point.
About Back to the Future (from Fandom): Back to the Future (also known as Back to the Future Part I) is an American science fiction adventure-comedy film directed by Robert Zemeckis and released in 1985. It is about a young man who is accidentally sent into the past and jeopardizes his own future existence. This story was continued with a sequel, Back to the Future Part II, which was released in 1989; and another sequel in 1990, Back to the Future Part III, forming a trilogy. In 2010, it was re-released in the cinemas to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Back To The Future was written by Bob Gale and Zemeckis, and starred Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. The movie opened on July 3, 1985 and grossed US$210 million at the US box office, making it the highest grossing film of 1985. On December 17, 2002, Universal Home Video released Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy on DVD and VHS. Following the completion of the film series, two more spin-off projects surfaced. CBS TV aired an animated series, Back to the Future: The Animated Series, while Harvey Comics (publishers of Casper the Friendly Ghost) released a handful of similarly styled comic books, although their stories were original and not merely duplicates of the cartoon.