Mar 24, 2014

DeLorean from Back to the Future

Ever since creating my Buick to the Future shorts in film school, the Back to the Future films have remained some of my all-time favorites. The pop culture surrounding the movies, and the DeLorean especially, have continued to pique my interest over the years. You can then imagine my excitement when I heard that a DeLorean replica would be on display as part of Heritage Park's Cars of the Big & Small Screen exhibit.

With its flux capacitor intact, a pair of Nike Air Mags in the passenger seat, and the iconic 'Outatime' license plate on the back, this DeLorean was clearly the centrepiece of the entire display. A faux time machine packed with this much novelty is hard to beat. I got some pretty sweet pictures too.

Mar 21, 2014

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Mar 20, 2014

Ferrari from Ferris Bueller's Day Off

It turns out that the Ferrari wasn't destroyed after all . . . except that the Ferrari in Ferris Bueller's Day Off wasn't a real Ferrari to begin with. A real 1963 Modena Spyder Ferrari would have cost around $300,000 so John Hughes decided to use several replicas instead. This replica is on display at Cars of the Big & Small Screen at Heritage Park in Calgary, Alberta and Ferrari or not, it's still a beauty - so choice!