So I spend the Christmas money from Grandma on LEGOs.
But not just any LEGOs. BACK TO THE FUTURE LEGOS.
Note that the doors lift and lower and the wheels swivel downward. The only disappointment, which is minor, is the skateboard color. It would have been cool to have a pink one with some sort of clear LEGO brick underneath, to be the hover board. Who knows, maybe we’ll get one in 2015.
There’s a Mr. Fusion bit up there (removable if you want the version from most of the first movie). The “shiny bar code” license plate can be swapped out for the “OUTATIME” plate. The rims can also be changed out for the red rims used in part III.
“ONE POINT TWENTY-ONE JIGAWATTS!”
“This is heavy!”
(The whole point being that you can have happy faces or shocked/worried faces).
And yes, there’s a flux capacitor. There’s the time circuits too. Set to January 28, 1958 — the date the first LEGO brick was patented, apparently — and October 26, 1985, the date on which the first movie begins.
So, yeah, I’m pleased.