There is a flying DeLorean for sale on Ebay and you can actually use it to help Marty McFly.
It’s technically a hoverer that looks like a DeLorean, and Marty McFly is still not true, but 1
0 percent of the Sales Price has been promised by the owner of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
The vehicle is not a converted DeLorean, but the body is designed by Styrofoam and fiberglass to look like one, but the seaworthy craft features functional goldwing doors. It rides on top of a conventional hovercraft chassis that uses two engines to drive a 24-inch fan for lift and a 36-inch fan for traction.
It will not hit 88 mph and has no flow capacitor, but the seller says it can make 31 mph on even water. It originally had a translucent skirt for full levitation effect, but it has recently been replaced for a stronger one that is only translucent.
The vehicle is located in San Francisco and counted to $ 45,000. That award comes with a lesson on how to run the unique creation, but unfortunately, it’s not with Doc Brown.