“The way I see it, if you’re gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?” And you know what, Doc Brown is right, and LEGO listened. Today LEGO is ready to take us back into time with their new Back To The Future Time Machine Set. This 1872 piece set will include Doc and Marty McFly minifigures and will retail for $169.99. So crank up that Flux Capacitor and get ready for some time traveling fun, this set will be available on April 1, at LEGO.com. You can check out the official details below.

Back to the Future Time Machine LEGO set
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LEGO Back to the Future Time Machine

Back to the Future fans, we’ve got the ultimate project for you: the LEGO® Back to the Future Time Machine (10300) model building kit for adults. Indulge your passion for one of the world’s most loved movie trilogies, building 1 of 3 versions of the time-traveling car.

Take time over the details
Doc and Marty traveled at 88 miles per hour, but you can take as long as you like building all the impressive details of this set. Authentic features include opening gull-wing doors, tires that fold for flight mode, the light-up flux capacitor, printed dashboard dates and opening hood, plus a hoverboard and swappable license plates. With Doc and Marty minifigures, this model creates a perfect display piece to pay tribute to your favorite movie.

Welcome to your zone
Spend quality time with premium LEGO buildable model sets for adults. This set is the latest in a line-up of LEGO movie cars. It makes an immersive project for you or a top gift idea for anyone who loves Back to the Future memorabilia.

Back to the Future Time Machine LEGO set
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Source: LEGO.com