Usually, when you looked at movie licensed products, be it toys or whatever, they are not cheap. Just look at the Marvel Legends 1:1 replicas from Hasbro. They don’t come cheap do they? No, they don’t. That’s precise why I am drawn to these Back to the Future statues from Factory Entertainment.

Sure. Both the Back to the Future Part II DeLorean Time Machine Premium Motion Statue and the Back to the Future Manure Truck Accident Premium Motion Statue are not big, but at 7 inches (17.78 centimeters) long each, they are not small either.

Official details are as follow:

Back to the Future Part II DeLorean Time Machine Premium Motion Statue

Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need… roads.” It may not hit 88mph, but our Limited Edition Premium Motion format statue really does move! The integrated, non-electronic motion feature brings the piece to life. A hand painted and detailed version of the time machine seen in the 2nd Back to The Future movie, each statue is 7” long and comes packaged in a full color presentation box.

Back to the Future Manure Truck Accident Premium Motion Statue

Back to the Future Biff Tannen Manure Statue

Manure! I HATE Manure!” – Biff Tannen Throughout history members of the Tannen family have an almost preternatural ability to get closely acquainted with manure after an interaction with Marty McFly. This premium motion statue captures the first encounter when Biff’s convertible is filled to the brim, covering its occupants, after a chase around the Courthouse Square. Measuring 7” long this whimsical piece makes the ideal addition to any Back To the Future collection. Crafted in solid polystone it is mounted on a Back to the Future branded base.

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Each model all the details that needs to be there are there, making them perfect memorabilia to remind you of one of your favorite sci-fi flick from the 80s. And the best part? They cost just $39.99 each.

Images: Factory Entertainment.

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.