Nuclear Reactor Heatsink – SOLD OUT

This is a resin cast of the part used to make the BTTF DeLorean Nuclear Reactor heatsink. Just the top part in the picture below without the yellow plastic – the part under that is a Dodge Polara hubcap. This is an essential piece if you’re planning to build a BTTF DeLorean.

Only one in stock EURSOLDOUT including shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

BTTF Part 3 Japanese Soft-cover Book

64 pages, 50 in full-colour, with hundreds of pictures from BTTF3 with mostly Japanese text. A really rare book of which we have only one.

Only one in stock EUR160 including shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

Mattel Hoverboard Replica with Electronic Sounds – SOLD OUT

This replica was produced by Mattel’s MattyCollector.com division and sold in 2012. You can see their page here. These boards are no longer available from Matty Collector. The one we have was puchased on pre-order and so also come with a miniature Hoverboard Scaled to 6″ Action Figures. our hoverboard is completely new and unopened. There was some controversy over these boards, not being as screen accurate as fans hoped. Below is a YouTube review, not made by us, of an unboxing:

Only one in stock EUR350   each including shipping within the European Union. SOLD OUT> We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

The JVC Camcorder – SOLD

This is the JVC camcorder that is used extensively throughout BTTF1. This one is in really good condition, including the original case. The batteries don’t seem to hold a charge but when connected directly to a power supply the camera powers up – but we don’t have that size video cassette to test if it works – if that is important to you then let us know.

None in stock.

We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

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Cat Clock from Doc Brown’s House in BTTF1

This clock is the exactly the same as that used in BTTF 1. The clock is seen in the opening credits and apart from the Harold Lloyd clock, it is one of the most recognisable. The clock is brand new, boxed and runs on two C size batteries (not included).

The first picture is a still from the movie.

The second picture is the clock we have for sale.

Only one in stock EUR120 including shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

Alarm Clock

We’ve searched everywhere and found three alarm clocks that are almost identical to the one used in the movie. The alarm clock was put on the dash/instrument panel to let Marty know when it was time to start driving towards the clock tower in BTTF 1. The clock then stayed in the DeLorean Time Machine throughout the Back to the Future trilogy. Here’s a frame from BTTF 1:

Clocks 1 is about five inches or 13cm high. Of these larger style clocks, clock 1 is closer to the movie version as it has black numbers on a white background. Clock keeps time and alarm works.

Clocks 2 is about five inches or 13cm high. Clock keeps time although the alarm doesn’t seem to work.

Clocks 3 is about 3 3/4inches or 9cm high. Clock keeps time and alarm works.

Clock 1 – EUR90

 

 

Clock 2 – EUR75

Clock 3 – EUR95

All prices include shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

Rare USA Today – Gang Jailed Edition – plus regular newspaper

A rare ‘Gang Jailed’ edition of USA Today – presented to those who attended the ‘We’re Going Back’ 30th anniversary celebration at Universal Studios Hollywood. Also included is the actual ‘Youth Jailed’ newspaper published the next day.

Only one in stock EUR350 including shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

Marty’s Clock Radio

This clock radio is the exact make and model used in BTTF 1.

The radio is seen twice in the movie. At the beginning it is used to show the time, 12.28am, just before Doc calls Marty from the Twin Pines Mall. At the end it is used to show the time 10.28am and is the radio alarm that wakes Marty.

The first picture is a still from the movie.

The second picture is the clock we have for sale.

The clock requires a US 110V supply. It can be used with a standard travel transformer elsewhere.

EUR150 including shipping within the European Union. We ship from within the EU and so you won’t pay any import duty. If you want to order from outside the EU – please email us at sales@bttfdelorean.com and include your address for a quote.

Walkie Talkies from BTTF 2 – sold out

Doc and Marty took these walkie talkies back from the alternate 1985 to 1955.

The walkie talkies were also used in BTTF 3 although this time Doc strapped on some heavy batteries.

The walkie talkies used in BTTF 2 were regular 1980s radios. These are no longer available. We’ve managed to get hold of a pair in good condition complete with the original packet. The pictures show the walkie talkies in and out of the box.

 

These walkie talkies still work, although the quality of reception and range is nothing like that seen in the movie. If you want to play Doc and Marty then a pair of walkie talkies are an essential item.

Here’s the back of the packet: