In 2010, a guy in San Francisco named Matthew Riese started raising money on Kickstarter.com, to build the coolest hovercraft EVER. It cost $5,600, and it’s an exact replica of the DeLorean from “Back to the Future”Riese debuted it at the Giants-Rockies game on Friday night. He drove it around in McCovey Cove, which is just on the other side of the right field wall.
Some 100 DeLorean cars from around the US southwest are gathered at Universal Studios Hollywood in University City, California, 02 August 2007 for a ceremony to mark a month-long countdown to the closure of the amusement park's 14-year-old "Back to the Future" ride. The DeLorean Motor Co. (Texas), a suburban Houston company that rebuilds DeLoreans, recently announced plans to manufacture a limited number of new Deloreans in 2008. The last DeLorean rolled off the assembly line in Northern Ireland in 1982. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)