Last Call- The Back to the Future Trailer Still Cracks Me Up Edition

You know, Marty, I figured – if you’re going to make a trailer out of a car, you might as well do it with some style.
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16 responses to “Last Call- The Back to the Future Trailer Still Cracks Me Up Edition”

  1. Black Steelies Avatar

    Great scott!

  2. Alff Avatar

    That's what I call a movie trailer.

    1. OA5599 Avatar

      "Back To The Front" (there's no middle).

  3. Maymar Avatar

    Whoa, looks heavy, Doc.

  4. Lotte Avatar

    If there's a busted oven abandoned in the forest, does anyone give a damn?

    1. Lotte Avatar

      And what to make of this abandoned car in the forest?
      <img src="; width="400">
      Or, to put it plainly, what makes a car a car, an oven an oven, and has anyone lusted after ovens? This is totally off-topic, by the way, and has nothing to do with the Delorean (the plate on the trailer is awesome, though.)

      1. Smells_Homeless Avatar

        You'd better believe there are people lusting after ovens. Check it out:

        1. Lotte Avatar

          Funnily enough, I happened to be browsing the 'suggested reading list' / Blogroll on the side of Hooniverse and found this:
          So this guy does ovens, cars, and steampunk-ish stuff. I believe! But, why?

      2. Jim-Bob Avatar

        What I make of it is that it is no mere ordinary car! That is a 1960-64 Chevrolet Corvair 2 door sedan! As a lover of Corvairs, AMC Spirits, Trabants and all manner of neglected automotive detritus, It makes me sad to see such a cool car in such a sad state.

        1. Lotte Avatar

          Ha! I picked the Corvair for a reason! Why is it that we look forlornly at this hunk of bent steel? What if it was a Maytag (I'm not going to say oven, 'cause I just learned about the O'Keefe and Meritt…) thrown on its side instead? Do we still care? Or is there someone, somewhere who will look at the white good with similar forlorn eyes?

    2. jjd241 Avatar

      If a tree falls on a guy in the woods and no one is there to calculate it's trajectory does anyone give a damn?
      <img src="; width="400">

  5. OA5599 Avatar

    Are you telling me…you built a towing machine…out of a Delorean?

  6. SSurfer321 Avatar

    I thought the 4-door Broncos were export only but Wikipedia corrected me.
    Bronco Centurion
    From the late 1980s through its demise in 1996, the Bronco was also sold at Ford dealerships as a modified 4-door SUV (making it similar to the Excursion or Suburban). These 4-door Broncos were converted by Centurion Vehicles of White Pigeon, Michigan. The conversion involved combining a new crew cab short bed F-Series truck with a Bronco tailgate and fiberglass top. In addition to adding a third row of seats and more room, a Bronco Centurion could be ordered using an F-350 as the donor pickup, allowing the Centurion to have such engines as the 7.3 L (~445 cu in) PowerStroke turbodiesel and the 460 cu in (7.5 L) gasoline V8. Half-ton chassis featured the 351 cu in (5.8 L) fuel injected V8 engine.
    The Bronco Centurion could be ordered with options such as a third-row seat that can be folded into a bed, second row bucket seats, a TV with a VCR, and a built-in radar detector.
    Bronco Centurions are considered after market conversions. Ford introduced the Excursion as an official production model in 2000.

  7. IronBallsMcG Avatar

    The top one is probably a Centurion aftermarket conversion.
    I understand there are other companies that versions of these, but Centurions are the only ones I've ever seen.

  8. LTDScott Avatar

    Sarah Palin's husband owns a Centurion Bronco. I remember seeing them for sale on the dealer lot back in '94 or so and really wanted one. Still do.

  9. OA5599 Avatar

    Centurion also made a van-dually pickup mashup. A former neighbor with a bodyshop was fixing one up for a customer. It looked like it led a hard life and was used as intended.
    <img src="; width=500>
    (not the one my neighbor worked on).

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