Doc Brown's Outa-Time DeLorean (Final Version)
from "Back to the Future III" (1999)
About the Design
In 1955, Marty McFly and Doc Brown repaired their damaged Outa-Time car by replacing a broken computer chip with a massive vacuum-tube circuit board strapped to the vehicle's hood. Later, in the Old West of 1855, with the car's gas tank damaged during an Indian attack; Doc and Marty were forced to accelerate the vehicle up to the time-busting 88 mph by replacing its tires with train wheels and having it pushed along a fixed track by a runaway steam locomotive.
About the Kit
Both the vacuum-tube circuit board and railway wheels featured in "Back to the Future - Part III" are included in this "Last Type" DeLorean model issued by Aoshima. Unlike the "Type II" flying DeLorean from "BTTF-II," this variation was never re-packaged by AMT or any other American model manufacturer.
This model was built from the kit's first release.