Transformers Toys Generations -- Transformers Collaborative: Back to the Future Mash-Up, Gigawatt -- Back to the Future-35 Edition - Ages 8 and Up, 5.5-inch

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Transformers Toys Generations -- Transformers Collaborative: Back to the Future Mash-Up, Gigawatt -- Back to the Future-35 Edition - Ages 8 and Up, 5.5-inch

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Equipment [ edit ] Flux capacitor [ edit ] The Flux Capacitor as seen in a replica DeLorean Time Machine All new fuses and relays have been fitted and a full service has just been done. MOT’d till June 2018 Excitement is rising like the doors of our iconic sports car," CMO of the DeLorean Motor Company, Troy Beetz, said. "We are revealing the next generation prototype 3 days earlier than planned on the most prestigious stage at Pebble Beach." The instruction manual for the AMT/ERTL DeLorean model kit also states: "Because the car's stainless steel body improves the flux dispersal generated by the flux capacitor, and this in turn allows the vehicle smooth passage through the space-time continuum". [10] Time circuits [ edit ] Time Circuits from DeLorean used in the first and second films

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Concotelli, Steve, director. OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine. Virgil Films, July 19, 2016, A second variant will be released starting 1 October 2020 via and select retailers around the world. This has been my pride and joy for the last 4 years and sadly it’s time to fulfil someone else’s dream. De Santis, Solange. "Steven Spielberg Builds a Time Machine" in Popular Mechanics, August 1985, pp.84–87, 132.

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It's not an immediately familiar look, but seems appropriately futuristic, and does seem to be retaining the rear sunshade of the original in some respect.

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The "C" car was used for interior footage and was torn apart so the camera could fit inside the car. The vehicle was left at Universal Studios Hollywood, many of its parts were put together on a replica remodeled by Tom Talmon Studios for Universal Japan. Universal Japan sold the car to a private company and the vehicle is currently being displayed on the company's entryway. [19] Replacement of O/SF side indicator lens. Replacement of N/S/R marker light on corner. Replacement of RH Door Marker Lights all including gaskets El condensador de fluzo: Tus programas favoritos de TVE, en RTVE Play". (in Spanish) . Retrieved March 10, 2023. Ya lo dijo Doc en 'Regreso al futuro': '¡Esto es lo que permite viajar en el tiempo: 'El condensador de fluzo'!". Within the program, there is a game in which viewers have to find which out of four historical assertion is false (named "the fluzo").Also, you know they’re going to do a Part III DeLorean with whitewall tyres and valves strapped to the bonnet? Can you really turn that down? McDermid, Val. A Suitable Job for a Woman: Inside the World of Women Private Eyes. Poisoned Pen Press, 1999. ISBN 1-890208-15-9

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Nahin, Paul J. Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction. Springer, 1999. ISBN 0-387-98571-9 The flux capacitor, which consists of a rectangular-shaped compartment with three flashing Geissler-style tubes arranged in a "Y" configuration, is described by Doc as "what makes time travel possible". The device is the core component of the time machine. [2] For most of the first film, the 1.21 gigawatts are supplied by a plutonium-powered nuclear fission reactor and, with the absence of plutonium, a bolt of lightning channeled directly into the flux capacitor by a long pole and hook in the film's climactic sequence. [2] At the end of the first film, and for the remainder of the trilogy, the plutonium nuclear reactor is replaced by a "Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor" generator possibly acquired in 2015. [3] The "Mr. Fusion" device apparently converts household waste into electrical power; the name suggests nuclear fusion. Due to a "hover conversion" made in 2015, the car also becomes capable of hovering and flight, though it lost this ability at the end of the second film. [3] [4] History [ edit ] The “robot in disguise” stands 5.5-inches tall in Robot mode. In 17 steps he converts down into a DeLorean time machine, complete with Doc Brown’s goggles, time circuits, and, of course, a flux capacitor. Gigawatt also comes with a blaster and whip antennae accessories. The toy’s car mode also features the DeLorean’s iconic gullwing doors open that fly open. The car’s wheels also rotate from vertical to horizontal “to produce a hovering effect as seen at the end of the film.”And, the idea of a crossover in comics doesn't seem so far-fetched, even in today's corporate comic book climate. Not only does Hasbro own an action figure license for Marvel, creating the ongoing Marvel Legends toyline, IDW Publishing, who publishes Transformers comic books, has also created licensed comics for Marvel – and they're no stranger to crossovers with companies like DC and Image. Marty McFly has just returned to his home sweet home, Hill Valley 1985, and everything’s looking up … that is, until Marty and his friend Doc Brown’s time machine attracts the attention of the Decepticons! With one small mistake, Marty finds himself thrust into adventure to stop the Decepticon plot in the past, present, and future … all with the help of a new time machine: the Autobot, Gigawatt!” Cooling system completely dismantled for cleaning out of sludge and corrosion from pipes to radiator at front of vehicle.

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definition and pronunciation of gigawatt". Merriam-Webster Feb 2008. April 25, 2007 . Retrieved March 8, 2010. Gigawatt is the latest collectible from the Transformers Collaborative, which combines those shape-shifting robots with other franchises. The Time Train was a second time machine that appears at the end of Part III, which is powered by steam instead of gasoline, as Doc Brown built it out of a steam locomotive over the course of ten years. The flux capacitor is inside the chimney headlamp at the front of the locomotive. The time circuits appear as rotating dials that are identical to the DeLorean's time circuits, though are not clearly seen in the film. The sides of the cabin (which display Doc's initials: ELB) are capable of opening the same way as the DeLorean's gullwing doors, but can also deploy stairs that allow people to climb on board. Its tender also has vents which function the same way as the DeLorean's. How Doc was able to create the flux capacitor and time circuits for the Time Train in 1885 is unexplained, but it is assumed that Doc used parts from the hoverboard that Marty left behind in 1885 and the broken DeLorean that was buried in the mine to build them (all while ensuring that Marty and his 1955 counterpart would be able to repair it). Unlike the DeLorean, the external components of the Time Train were symmetrical on both sides of the vehicle, possibly representing a more sophisticated grasp of the time travel technology on Doc's part, despite being constructed from more primitive materials. Interestingly, before the Time Train appeared in 1985, it triggered the bells and gates on the nearby railroad crossing as if another train was coming. This could mean that the Time Train is so powerful that it enables a connection with its destination time even before arriving to that point of time. [ non-primary source needed]a b "Silknitter, Tom". BTTF3 DeLorean. September 2010. Archived from the original on July 11, 2012 . Retrieved August 12, 2023. Different parts from three 1982 DeLoreans were used in the first film. Liquid nitrogen was poured onto the car for scenes after it had traveled through time to give the impression that it was cold. The base for the nuclear reactor was made from the hubcap from a Dodge Polara. Aircraft parts and blinking lights were added for effect. In one of the first scenes, carbon dioxide extinguishers were hidden inside the DeLorean to simulate the exhaust effect. [41] Ultimately, five real DeLoreans were used in the filming of the trilogy, plus one "process" car built for interior shots. In the off-road scenes in the third film, a modified-for-off-road VW Beetle frame was fitted to the DeLorean with the whitewall tires and baby Moon hubcaps. [42] A seventh DeLorean was also used in the filming, but this one was merely a full-sized, fiberglass model used for exterior shots where the vehicle hovers above the set as well as when the actors interact with the vehicle. [43] The short film Doc Brown Saves the World features a repaired DeLorean time machine that includes new replacement parts from 2015. It is seen in a video promoting the film, though it is not specified whether it houses a flux capacitor. [ non-primary source needed] Time Train [ edit ]

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