The ancient Egyptians left us hieroglyphics that show how they lived, but these hieroglyphics tell a different story. All of our modern time travel devices have found their way into the past and the Egyptians seem to be taking it all in stride, except for the poor DeLorean.
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You don’t need to be the owner of a DeLorean to appreciate this new Back to the Future t-shirt from Super7! The flaming 88 is a fantastic representation of the critical speed one has to hit to activate the flux capacitor and travel through time.
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When you and your wife or husband to be are fans of Back to the Future, there’s only one thing to do for your “save the date” invite: find a DeLorean and don some costumes.
Jarrett and Abbie tracked down the DeLorean through a site that lists owners of the popular car who are willing to rent their time travel devices out for events. Then Abbie found clothes that would fit their requirements at a local Goodwill. She decided to dress like Doc Brown, and Jarrett took on the role of her Marty McFly. They are freaking adorable.
Photos by Shift-4 Photography.
Check out more photos and the save-the-date card after the break.
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Take the DeLorean for a spin in a brand new way: wear it on your skirt! The creative Go Follow Rabbits has lined up the time machine from Back to the Future on a pink background that makes the design pop. Doc Brown wishes he had pink DeLorean fabric for his lab coat.
Order now and keep in mind the turnaround time is about two weeks. Happy time travels!
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Looks like the TARDIS needs a break and has hitched a ride in the time-traveling DeLorean from Back to the Future. You wouldn’t think she’d fit, but maybe all time machines are bigger on the inside.
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This mash-up between Adventure Time and Back to the Future is perfect! It’s a fun design, and I love that Beemo stands in for the flux capacitor.
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This mash-up takes Optimus Prime away from his traditional Transformers roots and gives him an 80’s style makeover. He has now become the Back to the Future DeLorean with his very own flux capacitor. My favorite part is the “Outa Prime” license plate you can see on his time travelling feet.
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There are times when you could buy a car, make a down payment on a house… or purchase a watch. It would have to be one hell of a timepiece, but this DeLorean design by Swiss watchmakers Romain Jerome fits the bill. The watch face has the motif of the classic car and that’s cool, but what makes it unique is that it’s actually made from one. The bezel is crafted from stainless steel taken from an original DeLorean DMC-12.
If you’re interested, line up now. The watch is limited to just 81 pieces and costs $15,900. For that amount I’d expect it to have some time travel capability – even if I could only go back and forward a few minutes.
See the back of the watch after the break.
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There are a multitude of possible ways to travel through time, and each is more interesting than the last. This shirt picks some of the most iconic time machines, from the TARDIS to a DeLorean to Bill and Ted’s phonebooth, and puts them all together on one awesome shirt.
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As you already know, Nike and Back To The Future have a history that goes all the way back to the actual films. So it’s not surprising that they would roll out a special edition sneaker marking the 25th anniversary.
The inspiration for the Nike 6.0 DeLorean Dunks is plain to see with the metal finish and the taillight coloring on the tread.
Pricing has not been announced, but look for these to go on sale at select retailers and on Nike’s online store this Friday. Better get on these early too because the run is limited to only 1000 pieces worldwide.
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