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I believe the DeLorean will be a natural success, and I believe it will generate interest not just with Lego enthusiasts, but with fans of the film and car enthusiasts as well. The DeLorean was featured in BrickJournal in 2006.
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"Your future is whatever you make it, so make it a good one!" - Doc Brown
Showing off the gull wing doors. Obviously I used older-style joints, but that was mostly due to the DeLorean being built in the older shade of grey. A new official set would obviously be built in the new shades.
A profile shot. I wanted to walk the line as it were between having the DeLorean being too smooth and too "studdy". I wanted the design to shine through but still let the average person be able to tell its made from Lego bricks.
Rear 3/4 shot.
I plan on making the DeLorean customizable in keeping with the various versions we see in the films. Hovermode could be possible using the Technic method, but I believe it would interfere with the detail of the interior.