According to Schiller, the build took 15 months to create replicas of all Doc’s inventive contraptions.
There’s a brief demo of the time circuits, flux capacitor etc., starting the engine (audio is pretty muddled,) and parking after getting gas – all for the first time. This vehicle also has the plutonium chamber, and there are lots of other interesting details. I plan to do some more video about this Time Machine replica, of course, “in the future.” 😉
Schiller stated that he looks at his custom vehicle not only as his own personal dream car but as a fun way to entertain others while he’s driving.
This is a personal dream car, and I also hope to bring some surprise, joy, and delight to people who see it in person. So far, it’s been a hit. I like to think of it as bringing a theme park attraction to people, but in the context of where it truly belongs: on the road, and driving around!.
“What you got under here?”
“No, don't touch that! Some new specialized weather sensing equipment!” 😅😇 pic.twitter.com/a2adrfKFFJ
— Scott Schiller (@schill) October 21, 2021
"Delivery day," first time seeing the car for myself. I'm still learning! 😅https://t.co/7hhDOcf81T
— Scott Schiller (@schill) October 22, 2021