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    Lindsey Whitney Barry "Hoverboard Girl #2" orange hoverboard with handles from Back to the Future Part II. (Universal, 1989) For the Robert Zemeckis classic 1980s Back To The Future trilogy, two styles of Mattel Hoverboards were created - lightweight Styrofoam versions and durable, wood based versions. This is an example of the latter and comes complete with hard to find handlebars. The board is 29 x 8 in. and consists of a resin, wood and metal skateboard body with bright orange, green and yellow "photoboard"-style stickers affixed to the deck and bottom. Metal, orange-painted handlebars with yellow rubber grips stand 33 in. tall from the deck of the board. A number of Mattel logos are featured on the board surface décor with two resin logo discs attached at the top of the handlebars. Exhibiting production wear with chipped paint, and soiling. In vintage good to very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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