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As a great man once said, if you put your mind to it you can accomplish anything…and we have just accomplished our review of Back To the Future, the most perfect, amazing, awesome, cool, and funny time travel movie featuring a DeLorean ever! Did you know that the DeLorean and KITT share something in common? Did you know that Ford wanted the Mustang to be the star instead? Did you know that nearly the entire movie was shot with a different actor playing the role of Marty McFly? If not…you guys just aren’t ready for this stuff yet. But your kids are going to love it. This one gets a perfect score: 10 out of 10 Pine trees.
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This weeks interview is with Gene Kopczyk, DeLorean aficionado and owner of car 2334. Gene admits to a childhood addiction to cars and fell in love at a young age when he watched Back to the Future and saw the DeLorean back out of the trailer. The thoughts of that scene still sends chills down his spine. He also watched “Better Off Dead and started looking for the 67 Camaro that was driven by John Cusack in the movie. The search for the car led Gene to contact me as a potential lead to finding the current owner.
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