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Old 05-19-2010, 02:56 AM
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DeLorean Back to the future

One model I had build before doing the Britannic and Olympic conversion sets was a small and simple model I had found on the internet was the DeLorean as seen in the movie Back to the Future part I.

It can be found here:

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This website hosts 4 different kinds of this model depicting the DeLorean as seen in all 3 parts of the BttF trilogy

A larger, and more detailed model can be found on the paperinside.com website.

Here is a picture of my model



Next I am planning to build the Jurassic Park Explorer and the Ghostbusters Ecto1 wich can also be found on paperinside.com
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Old 05-19-2010, 05:09 AM
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Very nice build! Like your display base!
Next to the original Knight Rider Kitt, this is my fave car of all time!

BTW, paperinside <dot> com also has Doc Brown's "Train Time Machine" available.
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Old 05-19-2010, 06:52 AM
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Oh yes... I have to add the DeLorean to my "HOT" Wheels collection!
I must design my own mini version!

Did you design this one? How big is it, it looks like a small one?
Are you sharing?
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Oh yes!... I have to add the DeLorean to my "HOT" Wheels collection!
I must design my own mini version!

This is the papercraft version?...
How big is it, it looks fairly small?

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Old 05-19-2010, 11:59 PM
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Thanks for the comments,

No, I had not designed this one myself, it is indeed the papercraft version, it is available for download at their site. It is approx. 11 cm. long, 4 cm. wide and 3.5 cm. high. But offcourse the model can be upscaled. I had printed mine on A4 size paper.

I had found doc's train time machine as well, but I didn't like that model as much as the DeLorean.
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Thanks for the link Jerry V.

If you like a more detailed model you can always get the very good one by Claudio Dias :

BTTF Delorean | FREE paper models

Scroll down a bit the page.

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Old 05-20-2010, 05:13 AM
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Thanks Alcides,

That actually was the model I had been refferring to in my own post as well.
But I am first going to try to build their Ecto 1 model.

I also have the 3 delorean models in die-cast metal now.

But thanks for the link!

Jerry
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