Many artisans worked to create Back to the Future's famed DeLorean time machine. Under the direction of Oscar nominated production designer Larry Paull, designers such as Andrew Probert and Rob Cobb had been developing concepts for the DeLorean time machine. One item that was never determined by Probert or Cobb was the flux capacitor. Probert thought the flux capacitor should be on the overhead console, while Cobb had an idea of a flux capacitor on the roof. It was art department liaison Michael Fink who would solve the great mystery of the flux capacitor.
Portland, Oregon — Mad Geek Collectibles (Mini Model Toys, LLC) today announced its 1:10 scale miniature replica of Back to the Future's Flux Capacitor is now available for preorder on Kickstarter.com. The world's smallest Flux Capacitor is being made available in celebration of the upcoming 30th anniversary of Back to the Future in 2015 and is developed through a licensing agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.
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