Do you need to travel back in time to right a wrong?  Maybe you can take a Quantum Leap.  Or find a magical hot tub.  Do you happen to know Tony Stark?  Or maybe, you can follow the greatest time travel movie of all time and get a Flux Capacitor in your ride.

With enough room on the interstate, you can easily get up to 88 miles per hour needed to send you Back To The Future.  But where to get a Flux Capacitor?  Right down the road at a local auto parts dealer of course.

We're Sending You Back To The Future

MCA Universal
MCA Universal

Ok if you've opened this story and are reading any of this nonsense then you are already a fan of Back To The Future.  If somehow you stumbled upon this and don't know what I'm talking about then let me enlighten you.

Not only is Back To The Future the greatest time travel movie of all time, but it's also one of the greatest movies of all time.  When other time travel movies are quoting you (Avengers Endgame) and it's still a good, and quotable movie nearly 40 years later, you know it's good.

The Libyans!

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O'Reilly's Has Flux Capacitors...But...

O'Reilly Auto Parts
O'Reilly Auto Parts

Go ahead and search for a flux capacitor.  The first website (that isn't some dude in his mom's basement) is O'Reilly Auto Parts.  And here is what they have for you.

Product Information

  • Gigawatts: 121
  • Material Compatibility: Plutonium
  • Working Speed (mph): 88
  • Maximum Power: 121 Gigawatts

Applications for this Product

  • Modifications: Time Travel
  • Quantity: 1

Detailed Description

  • Time Travel at your own RISK!
  • Plutonium is required to properly operate the flux capacitor
    • Plutonium is used by the onboard nuclear reactor which then powers the flux capacitor to provide the needed 1.21 gigawatts of electrical power.
    • Plutonium is not available and O'Reilly Auto Parts. Please contact your local plutonium supplier.
  • Flux capacitor requires the stainless steel body of a 1981-1983 DeLorean DMC-12 to properly function.
    • Once the time machine travels at 88 mph (142 km/h), light coming from the flux capacitor pulses until it becomes a steady stream of light at which point time travel begins!

Seems legit!  Just need some of that plutonium from the Libyans.  Oh...wait...

"Non-Functional Item Displayed for Entertainment Purposes Only"

Damn.  I was ready to modify a Delorean and get going.  Hey speaking of that...have you seen the new Deloreans?!  Those things are sweet.

If you fall off a toilet, bump your head, and come up with the working flux capacitor please let me know.  Let's go back to the future and put some money on the Cubbies to win it all.

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