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    Screen used iconic DeLorean Crash Car and hood-mounted "time travel component box" from Back to the Future Part III. (Universal, 1990) These are the original stainless steel body panels from the DeLorean destroyed by the oncoming freight train after Marty (Michael J. Fox) returns to 1985 in the third and final film in the Back to the Future trilogy. For this crash sequence, the production team cut up the outer shell of a stunt car used in all three films and rigged it with explosives to assist in the dramatic break up upon impact with the train. Included is the screen used hood-mounted time machine component unit housed in a vintage wooden box (with "Pepsi" logo painted on the side) secured to the hood with leather straps. This is the only known surviving original time travel component box in private hands. Included are the original black steel train wheels that fit on the train track. The crash car parts are welded to an internal box-steel frame for display (no interior components are present). The black steel rear exhaust vents are not original and mounted for display. These pieces are the bittersweet end of a beloved film franchise, ending the trilogy centered on the iconic time traveling vehicle. This represents an excellent opportunity to use these parts to create a functional Back to the Future DeLorean! Exhibiting expected studio distress and production wear. In very good condition. Provenance: Originally obtained from Universal Pictures.

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    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
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