Father built for his daughter a mini-DeLorean from the movie “Back to the Future”April 29, 2019
The machine is equipped with an electric power plant.
Facebook user Francois Berube built for his daughter Adele a smaller copy of DeLorean from the movie “Back to the Future”. The car body is made of plywood, and two 12-volt electric motors are used as a power plant.
The frame of the toy DeLorean, he is a bearing body, is made of plywood. To give similarity with the cinema machine, it is plastered with aluminum panels with a thickness of 1.5 millimeters. Most parts are cut on a CNC machine or printed on a 3D printer.
The avtomobilchik is equipped with the “reactor” Mr. Fusion, “streaming drive”, LED optics and a full-fledged audio system that can play the orchestral version of the main musical theme of the cult film.
The original DeLorean DMC-12 was produced from 1981 to 1983. At the heart of the car with the design studio ItalDesign was Lotus Esprit chassis. The body was made of fiberglass, which was attached thin sheets of stainless steel. One of the copies of DeLorean, built for the filming of “Back to the Future”, is stored in the Petersen Automobile Museum.
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Couldn’t wait to take the car outside for a test run even if not 100% completed! I worked on the electronics all day yesterday and was anxious to see how it drives. It has plenty of power and the 27Ah battery lasts a long time. It also has a remote control and a very useful killswitch!_______________________________________________#bttf #backtothefuture #88mph #delorean #dmc #dmc12 #1point21gigawatts #deloreantimemachine #outatime #diy #engineering #powerwheels #bttf2 #bttf2015 #docbrown #deloreanmotorcompany #martymcfly #greatscott #backintime #fluxcapacitor #80s #popculture #deloreans
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