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Back To The Future DeLorean Sells For $541K!!!

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Wowsa! Only $541,200 for the ORIGINAL DeLorean?!?!?!?

…Oh, wait! It's one of the DeLoreans from Back to the Future Part III. NM, that actually sounds about right.

Last weekend, one of the final three remaining DMC DeLoreans used in the Back to the Future trilogy sold for 541.2K at an auction in Beverly Hills.

Ya hear that, Seth MacFarlane? This is even cooler than that replica of yours! Ha!

How much would U pay for one of the DeLoreans from Back to the Future???

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3 comments to “Back To The Future DeLorean Sells For $541K!!!”



  1. 1

    It's disgusting for anyone to spend that kinda of money on a car. MacFarlane you're a hypocrite limo liberal. Wants to raise the working class taxes to pay for the poor while he buys outrageous gifts for himself. If you're so worried about the poor seth why don't you trying taking care of them with all that money. $541,000 could have bought at least 3 poor families a roof over their heads.



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    Andrew Probert, the man who designed the DeLorean "time machine", also designed the USS Enterprise from the Captain Kirk "Star Trek" movies (1 to 6), and Captain Picard's Enterprise from The Nex Generation TV series. Oh, and he designed the original Cylon robots in Batlestar Galactica. You can see more of his work at www.probertdesigns.com

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    Yes puttypants it's a lot of money but did you forget that the money is donated directly to the Michael J. Fox Foundation, which is dedicated to Parkinson's research.