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LEGO The DeLorean Time Machine Building Set 21103
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- Features opening doors, fold-up wheels, flux capacitor, time travel display, 2 license plates, Marty's skateboard as well as extra engine and wheels
- Customize the car to match the movie versions; step on the gas and prepare to travel Back to the Future
- Open the gull-wing doors, just like the real car; fold up the wheels and engage hover mode
- Jump on the skateboard and pull some tricks; build the model that LEGO CUUSOO members requested
- Includes building instructions and exclusive Back to the Future information booklet; car measures over 2" (6cm) high, 5" (15cm) long and 3" (8cm) wide
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The instructions were very easy to follow. But, I found it very difficult to fit inside the time machine. Also, there is not a working flux capacitor- a let down for sure, as now I do not know what to do with this plutonium that I bought off some libyan guy in a mall parking lot.
If you are expecting to travel in time with this kit, you won't be let down. Upon completion I was transported back to my childhood with Doc and Marty.
Don't let the picture on the front of the box fool you, the tires can put moved into regular position if you want them for all 3 models.
There are not unique build instructions for each of the three. The instructions all have you build the original BTTF1 model and then if you wish to customize to BTTF2 or BTTF3 there are additional steps.
My main issue with this set is it is one of the least stable/weaker Lego sets I have come across. The pieces that make the rim of the windshield don't even click into anything on top, they just lay there. Other pieces are prone to fall off on anything buy light playing, and this is a set you want to "play" around with a bit.
Then there is the fact this simply doesn't look all that great- Lego seems to be able to capture so many things into true-to-life looking vehicles and structures the fact this has no real windows, it's a bit disappointing. They wouldn't be able to get away with this if they were intending to design a real DeLorean Lego model- that would need to be built off a completely different base.
Then of course there is the price- although not as bad as some Lego sets at ~$35 this set is still 20% to 30% above over what feels like would be the right, target price.
As for the set ... look, there was no way I was passing it up. The Back to the Future trilogy remains one of my favorite film series, and I relished the chance to own a Lego version of the iconic DeLorean. This set contains both Marty and Doc minifigures (both featuring two different facial expressions), along with a skateboard for Marty. It provides the pieces and instructions to build one of three different configurations of the DeLorean. I went with the Part III version as it includes the steam punk-ish electronics on the hood which (a) look cool and (b) cover up a hood design that's stepped instead of sloped and doesn't look all that great in the Part I and II versions.
There are other things about the design that aren't ideal. The fact that both characters don't seem to fit inside the vehicle at the same time is a bummer. And the doors that open upward (just like in the movie) are cleverly constructed but flimsy as hell. They're connected by a single stud and will fall off if you're opening and closing them too much.
Still, any negatives are made up for by the fact that the wheels are designed to rotate under the car for when you want to put it in flying mode ... and that you can build a Mr. Fusion for the rear ...Read more ›
After watching all the movies it was time to sit down have have some enjoyable father and son time!
In my years I've spend a lot of time building Legos but nothing beats sitting down with my son and building Lego creations together!
401 pieces! I was a surprised by how many pieces were needed to create this awesome Lego! Very happy with the instructions! This Lego was really easy to put together however I don't think son (only 8 y/o) could have finished alone. Lego recommends 10+ and I agree.
After a little more then an hour we finished,
I love that with just a few changes you can change the DeLorean to match the individual movies. Well played Lego!!!!
Great toy! Worth every penny. Fun project to work on on with your kids on a rainy afternoon.
Generation X dad gives this toy two huge thumbs up!
Generation X son also gives this toy two thumbs up!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for nostalgia but lacks the top-tier design quality that this trilogy deserved. If this set received the same attention to detail that the Ecto-1 got, it would be a 5-star... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Patrick R Lonz
It's a great set, but way too expensive for how small it is. For it being so small and only 400 pieces it should only be $40. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Anthony Camastro
Such a fun set!!!!! Build any of the three versions with the same set!Published 9 days ago by J. Holliday
Returned due to lego set very small pieces for a 7 yr. old. Also a collector item and couldn't play with it.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
I should've gotten two. Now they're discontinued. Ah well. Another fantastic lego model.Published 16 days ago by ARV