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Vote for Awesome 'Back to the Future' Hill Valley LEGO Sets Now

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July 17, 2014
Source: SlashFilm

Back to the Future LEGO

All right, you might have that cool LEGO set of the DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future sitting on your shelf. But don't little LEGO Marty McFly and Doc Brown look lonely? Wouldn't it be way better if they had a whole LEGO playset built around them? Well, that's what a couple LEGO Ideas community members thought, and they're trying to get their custom LEGO sets commemorating Marty's California hometown turned into real sets from the LEGO Group. The first is a simple clocktower from 1955, but then there's a slew of awesome sets for the 2015 Hill Valley that make for one epic playset. Look now!

First up, here's Peter Kambasis 1955 clocktower from the first Back to the Future (vote for it right here):

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

And there's Alex Jones' 2015 clocktower from Back to the Future Part II (vote for it right here):

Back to the Future LEGO

Plus, the 2015 Hill Valley Jaws 19 Cinema from Back to the Future Part II (vote for it right here):

Back to the Future LEGO

The 2015 Hill Valley Texaco gas station from Back to the Future Part II (vote for it right here):

Back to the Future LEGO

Finally, the 2015 Hill Vallery diner Cafe 80s from Back to the Future Part II (vote for it right here):

Back to the Future LEGO

There's also his Fusion Bar building (the makers of Mr. Fusion), but it's only on Alex Jones' website:

Back to the Future LEGO

But the cool thing is this huge diorama that Alex Jones created for all these sets:

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

Back to the Future LEGO

And just for good measure here's a closer look at Griff Tannen and his hoverboard gang:

Back to the Future LEGO

These LEGO sets (via SlashFilm) are awesome, and it would be great to have an entire Back to the Future LEGO set, especially of the 2015 version of Hill Valley's town square. But the way LEGO Ideas works is that all of these sets need 10,000 votes before they can be considered by the official LEGO jury as potential sets that customers can buy to build themselves. So check out those links above, and just vote for each of them! And just like Doc Brown says, the future is whatever you want it to be, so make it a good one! Cool stuff?

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