Go Back To The Future With This Saab 9-3 ‘DeLorean’ Replica

If you’re interested in owning what may at first appear to be a beat up old Saab 9-3 with a whole bunch of Back To The Future bits on it, rest assured that its £1,000 price may not seem too steep upon closer inspection.

Aside from the stereo system which includes the sub & amp, the neon lights and the optional smoke machine, this Saab 9-3 has a lot of things in common with everyone’s favorite time machine.

Sure, it may not look like a DeLorean, but like we said, if you look close, you’ll notice all the necessary components for “pretend time travel”.

That means forgetting about the exterior (despite Mr.Fusion) and focusing on the interior where you’ve got the time displays that show you where you are, where you’re going and where you’ve been, the switch for activating the time circuits and naturally the Flux capacitor which as we all know, is what makes time travel possible.

Unfortunately for real die-hard BTTF fans, this Saab doesn’t seem to feature any sort of hover conversion, which would have probably made up for any issues one might have with the car’s aesthetics.

Now, whether or not this thing is worth £1,000, we’ll leave that up to you.


  • sportvan

    Sad thing is they have ballsed up a 9-3 coupe, they are getting quite thin on the ground thanks to all the “it’s a vauxhall innit” idiots. the B204L engine was uncannily smooth in these with a good dollop of go, and one of the comfiest (sp?) cars to cover huge distances in.

  • Six_Tymes


  • Miknik

    well given it’s a Saab 9-3 underneath, it is probably quite a bit faster than an actual DeLorean

  • David Martino

    Am doing this to my Kia Soul. You can check out progress shots with the hash #KiaTimeMachine

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