This Back to the Future toy car can't go 88 MPH (but is still way rad)

I don't care if this rig isn't street legal. If I had this 1989 Back to the Future Part II battery-operated car, I'd drive it to work everyday like I was a time-traveling Shriner or something.

Here are some more photos of this Toys "R" Us exclusive ride. Seriously, if I had this thing, I'd drive everywhere with it — to the office, in the park, inside the office, inside buses, inside restaurants, wedding processionals, etc. To quote Doc Brown, "Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

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[Via Branded in the 80s and Back to the Future Blog]

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thebrainofchris
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See, this is the proof I always needed that my parents never actually loved me. I was four years old when this came out, and watched Back to the Future a gazillion times, but my parents didn't even let me know that a battery-powered child-sized DeLorean existed.

Because they wanted to hurt me.