TG's Replica Flux Capacitor

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TG's Replica Flux Capacitor

Not saying that it's perfect; and not saying that I would buy one instead of building it, and I'm not saying that this is "new news," but:

http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/9fc6/

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaant!

-- Macinjosh

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that would look way cool in my 75 VW Beetle

but I doubt I would even get the sucker up to the 88MPH that is required to go time traveling ^_^

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Hah! Is nothing compared to t

Hah! Is nothing compared to the power of the oscillation overthruster!

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John Ya-ya
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Re: TG's Replica Flux Capacitor

Macinjosh wrote:
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaant!

-- Macinjosh

Did you see the price? I think you would agree it is slightly overpriced, concidering it's a metal box with a bit of christmas tree light. Other than that, tho, it is frigging awesome.

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Why yes, it certainly is over

Why yes, it certainly is overpriced; and not completely accurate either from my eyeballin'. Don't forget that clear window kit for a PC you'd have to install into that metal box... don't they give those away in cereal boxes now, though? Acute

What I took from it is, "this is one of those things you should do someday." And there's a load of links about on how to get your own replica dead-on near-perfectly accurate.

-- Macinjosh

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