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Back To The Future DeLorean (2006) . "Your future is whatever you make it, so make it a good one!" . I finally got around to pulling the DeLorean off the shelf and I noticed there were a few things I could still do to make it better. A little work and thirty minutes later and my DeLorean is finally perfect (well, maybe not perfect, but I still think I improved it a lot). As you can see, one of the most obvious changes is the switch from a very squarish Mr. Fusion to a new one-piece. Using the megaphone for this car was inspired by Stanley-Efu's minifig scale Delorean (he uses the same piece). Ah, yes. The rear bumper. Don't know what I was thinking when I made the previous version without a bumper, but now the DeLorean's tush is protected. This design scheme is also another one I borrowed from Stanley-Efu. The front bumper recieved some black accents and flux dispersal banding around the front (as opposed to the dark grey tiles I had before). Looks a lot more like the real deal in my opinion. In this view, you can see the new rear flux dispersal bands. I used the same technique as the bumper because both parts are the same thing on the movie car. It adds a really nice touch and looks way better than those tubes I had before. A little extra detail never hurt any one. Here you can see those red thiing that non one knows what they do (but they're there). I added a ton of improvement to the rear of the DeLorean. That little grey pneumatic tube is the exhaust pipe that leads from the new reactor to the vents. The binoculars worked good as that little doohickey on the roof of the car (another one of those things that's never explained). The new DeLorean can also be viewed on Brickshelf . Thanks for looking. Your future is whatever you make it, so make it a good one.


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