#43 Best Seller- LEGO 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine Building Set

November 23, 2013 - Comment

Build your very own miniature model of the iconic DeLorean time desktop that Dr. Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown and Marty McFly famously used to commute Back to the Future. Chosen by LEGO CUUSOO contributors, this wonderful variation features numerous cool details, like opening gull-wing doorways, fold-up wheels, flux capacitor, time commute display and 2 license plates.

Build your very own miniature model of the iconic DeLorean time desktop that Dr. Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown and Marty McFly famously used to commute Back to the Future. Chosen by LEGO CUUSOO contributors, this wonderful variation features numerous cool details, like opening gull-wing doorways, fold-up wheels, flux capacitor, time commute display and 2 license plates. We’ve also integrated extra engines and wheels so you can recreate the different variations of the time-touring automobile featured within the Back to the Future films. Ultimately, this unique set also comprises an enchanting booklet containing production notes, unique pictures and fun details from the films. Includes 2 minifigures: Marty McFly and Doc Brown.

Product Options

  • Options opening doorways, fold-up wheels, flux capacitor, time travel display, 2 license plates, Marty’s skateboard as well as further engine and wheels
  • Customise the auto to match the film versions; step on the gasoline and prepare to shuttle Again to the Future
  • Open the gull-wing doorways, just like the real automobile; fold up the wheels and have interaction hover mode
  • Leap on the skateboard and pull some methods; build the adaptation that LEGO CUUSOO members requested
  • Comprises building instructions and unique Back to the Future data booklet; automotive measures over 2″ (6cm) high, 5″ (15cm) lengthy and three” (8cm) vast

Comments

Korey says:

Well played, Lego. Well Played. People are complaining the date set for the past is wrong. The brick says 1958. In the movie they travel to 1955. This is not a mistake, but a inside joke for Lego. 1958 was the year the first Lego brick was produced.

S. Pesavento says:

Great Set, but DON’T Pay $50 Plus Shipping This is a really cool set, especially for we children of the late 70s/early 80s. However, it is only $35.00 new and Prime eligible when it is in stock. So unless you HAVE to have it today from Amazon, just hang on until they get more back in stock…no need to pay $50 plus shipping for this one.

Shawn Kerstetter says:

Lego Figures will only fit inside the car with there hair removed! Let me start by saying this is a pretty cool lego set! My only problem with this set is the lego figures do not fit inside the DeLorean unless you remove there hair. Other then that it seams to be a pretty good set.

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