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Back To The Future 2 - Griff's Future BMW - 18401

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:10,000.00 USD Estimated At:NA
Back To The Future 2 - Griff's Future BMW - 18401
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This is the one-of-a-kind BMW that was custom built by the production for use by Tom Wilson as "Griff Tannen". It is a 1976 BMW 633SCi with 74,000 miles, a 6 cylinder engine and a manual transmission.

The car was restored with new paint and interior in 2004. All fiberglass hover conversion bits were repainted with new Mag-Lev Hover Conversion Systems stickers placed where needed. Two tires have been replaced as the originals were dry-rotted (originals included if wanted). New back deck had to be created behind the seats as the original one was missing and the molds were not available (new deck is easily removed for servicing vehicle's suspension). The car had it's ignition system replaced to get it running again as it never ran during production. It now runs, though a bit rough. Included with the car are the following pieces:

- Molds for all the side plastic hover conversion components
- Web address http://www.bttfbmw.com
- Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/GriffsBMW
- Mold for Citroen Taxi light bar

The broken taillight lens is assumed to be original as it was found in the trunk of the car. As seen in the movie, Griff breaks it with his baseball bat when swinging at Marty. The taillights are not wired as they are not original for the BMW 6-series, they are from a 1983 BMW 320i as they are much cheaper to replace during production for numerous takes.

The car is currently located in Connecticut and the buyer is responsible for transportation costs. The current owner will assist with the auto transport company of your selection. Please inquire if you have further questions.

Thanks to Christopher Rutkowski for some of the photographs.

UPDATE - please see the video of the car here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5Ai0W7ddU4