Delorean Back To The Future, Part II
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- Back To The Future DeLorean Time Machine (Part II): Collectible Diecast Metal Car 1:24.,This car replicates the DeLorean time machine car from Back to the Future (First Movie, Part 2) where Marty and Doc Brown return to 1955 to prevent disastrous
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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First of all, you don't need a magnifying glass to enjoy this model. It is much bigger than a 'matchbox' car, although they do make much bigger BTTF models, this Delorean is about seven inches long (as stated in the product description). The detailing for a model of this size is decent.
Second, this model does not light up or make sounds (as one reviewer claimed). There is a larger BTTFII model that does these things, but this is not that model!
My only complaints about this model are as follows:
First, the Mr. Fusion component comes as an attachment (it is such a tiny piece and it never 'came off' in the movie, so I'm not sure why they would include it as an attachment and not just make it a permanent part of the car... I think the reason is based on the fact that the BTTFI model came with a detachable lightning rod; which made perfect sense because the lightning rod was an attachment in the film. I suppose the manufacturers just wanted to continue that tradition of having an attachment).
Second, the stupid license plate says "OUTATIME". This is what the license plate said in BTTF Part I, and even then it only said it until the first time we ever saw the Delorean travel through time (remember it spinning on the ground after Einstein went forward one minute through time?). In BTTF Part II, Doc gets a license plate from the future and its a barcode plate! They really missed the boat on this detail and its disapointing!
Many people complain that the wheels don't turn down on this model; that is a valid complaint, but it doesn't really bother me personally. I just accept it as a consequence of the size of this model. If you want the wheels to go down, you'll have to get the bigger model.
Mr Fusion loading area is taped to the bottom of the box scene inside the box and must be installed.
1/24th scale is around 7 inches long and 3 1/2 inches wide
My kids have seen most of Back to the Future 1 and 3... I think 2 is too dark for a 4 1/2 and 7 1/2 year old. Fast forward through a few racy or violent parts and they love it. Needless to say they wanted a toy DeLorean after seeing the movie. We also have the Part III car.
Gullwing doors open and close.
Detail is very accurate for the non super critical fan.
Axles are fixed with steering leading to less chance of breaking(also con)
CONS: (with a 4 1/2 year old playing with it I expect damage)
The Bonnet and Trunk do not open.
Fixed front axle so no steering.
Driver side Rear view Mirror was knocked off coming out of the box. Easily reinstalled with a small dot of glue.
Mr fusion broken off and re-glued twice.
Silver thing sticking up above the roof broken off and MIA.
* Good shelf display size.
* Doors fold up. Though each may have their own issues. My driver side won't stay up.
* Solid feeling construction for this price level.
* Wrong license plate. It is just a sticker, so there is no reason why it should be wrong. It should be a barcode, but it's the OUTATIME plate.
* Wheels don't fold to hover mode. Even at this price point it would be easy and cost effective to have hinged rolling wheels. I would rather have had them permanently in hover mode if they can't be hinged.
* Flux capacitor is impossible to see. Not only it is solid grey with zero paint, it is too far back. It should be right between the seats about flush with the seats. But it's way behind the seats. Even a sticker or painted Y in white would have helped make it visible.
* Windows do not have plastic in them. Which doesn't really bother me. But they also do not have the DeLorean mini-window pane. Which is an iconic detail of the car.
Other details are sufficient. While I don't know of a better model at this price range, it is certainly not perfect. Displaying it in hover mode with the barcode plate would be a great way to present the BTTF2 car and this fails at both.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its a good model of a stupid car from a stupid movie that I like. I want to become small like ant man so I can kick it right in its face. Read morePublished 2 months ago by javafixt
I gave this to my very excited 4 year old for his birthday this weekend. I quickly noticed that the mister fusion wasn't included like it was supposed to be, but since my son... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Aj
This was for my husband-to-be who is obsessed with BTTF, and he loves it! Very solid little replica!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer