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Anyone who's ever seen "Back to the Future" has always wanted to take a ride in Doc Brown's DeLorean, and now they can thanks to TimeMachineRental.com. It's not one of the actual DMC DeLoreans used in the making of the films, but the street-legal replica is true to the stainless steel time machine we saw on screen. Thankfully, they've found a way around the plutonium fuel system.

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Back in August we told you about Matthew Riese's incredible DeLorean hovercraft that made a time-jumping splash during a San Francisco Giants game. Well Riese is fully-cementing his spot as "pretty much the coolest guy ever" with this latest vid of the craft zipping and sliding along the edge of the San Francisco Bay, made all the more glorious with the majestic Golden Gate Bridge in background.

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Since the ship was lost on its maiden voyage, people have making things out of wood and other materials recovered from the Titanic. Swiss watch maker Romaine Jerome is taking a similar approach salvaging bits from a different historical vehicle to make custom wrist-wear, the DeLorean. That's right, the watch you see above was created using actual pieces of metal from the DeLorean DMC-12 made famous in the "Back to the Future" trilogy. Read More...

When you mention Kickstarter the first thing that comes to mind is usually some cool new gadget or consumer product, but that's not always the case. Take for instance the DeLorean hovercraft (seen above), created by Matthew Riese. He simply wanted to build a hovercraft that looked like a DeLorean and he used a Kickstarter campaign, along with some interesting incentives, to raise the necessary funds and make his dream a reality. Read More...

Hey did you see that Back to the Future-style Delorean hard drive we wrote about recently? If you didn’t you can check it out here. For those of you who fell in love with that gadget the second you saw it, you’ll probably get excited about this too. FlashRods.com has a new model coming out that sports a classic feature from the third installment of the popular time-traveling film series.

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Do you need some extra space for all those classic films you’ve purchased online? Is the Back to the Future trilogy slowing down your machine? Well, if that is the case, FlashRods.com has an awfully familiar place for you to store whatever digital content you want.

The 500GB external hard will not only blend nicely with the other collectibles clogging up your work space, most people wont even know it's a hard drive. The new drive is modeled after the time-traveling Delorean from Back to the Future, and FlashRods.com has it up for sale right now at $250. The company offers tons of digital storage solutions modeled after cars. We’re not just talking hard drives. They also offer USB Flash Drives modeled after real-world cars; from classics to supercars you’ll find the drive of your dreams. Read More...

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