Thanks to its star turn in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, the iconic Back to the Future DeLorean is back! Now old and new fans alike have a chance to once again thrill to this iconic time machine in action. But why limit your DeLorean love to the big screen, when you can build one for yourself in the comfort of your own home, garage or secret laboratory? Plus, the sooner you act, the more likely you’ll nab a free ticket to the movies!
Eaglemoss Collections invites collectors, die-cast enthusiasts and hobbyists to literally Build the Back to the Future DeLorean! This unique subscription program furnishes fans with regularly delivered plans, parts and behind-the-scenes insights with which to easily assemble a perfect 1/8-scale die-cast replica of the DeLorean DMC-12 as featured in the original Back to the Future – or customized to reflect the modifications made for the sequels.
The car builds up issue after issue and is over 20” long, with metal body panels, gullwing doors and a wealth of working lights. No detail has been overlooked. All of Doc Brown’s modifications and personal touches have been reproduced inside and out – from the light up flux capacitor and folding seats to the rear end reactor and mess of cables on the floor.
Fans who visit www.DeLoreanBuildUp.com may subscribe risk-free for the special introductory price of only $1.95 for the first two issues and parts kits – including free shipping. The next four issues and parts kits will be delivered monthly for only $10.95 plus $1.95 shipping per issue. Subscribers are also eligible to receive exclusive gifts worth over $95 and may cancel any time.
As an added incentive, the first 100 new subscribers will also receive a free pair of tickets to see the movie of their choice in theaters – including a certain blockbuster featuring a guest appearance by a certain automotive time machine!
DeLoreans have lights on the sides of the gullwing doors and one inside the bonnet, which illuminates the luggage compartment.
The interior of the cabin features a light up version of the flux capacitor, folding seats, and numerous lights.
All Doc’s modifications have been carefully recreated from the nuclear reactor to the cables on the floor, and the model has a wealth of lights.