DeLorean DMC-12 USB Flash Drive



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Flash Rods is a company that makes custom USB flash drives out of diecast cars and their goal is to search for the coolest diecast cars to integrate flash drives into. I believe that with their latest product, they have achieved their ultimate goal and have created the coolest custom diecast car USB flash drive.

Their latest creation is a 1:18 scale model of the DeLorean DMC-12, the car slash time machine from the popular SciFi 80’s movie trilogy Back to the Future. It took the Flash Rods team 4 years to create this and it sure is worth it! I’m sure any fan of the Back to the Future trilogy would love it.

Here’s the product description from the Flash Rods website:

Introducing the Flash Rods 1:18 DeLorean stainless steel hard drive car. After four years of engineering, it’s finally out and worth the wait. The car is highly detailed with an opening hood and gull wing doors. It’s modeled after the Back to the Future Time Machine with 50’s style moon discs and, of course Mr. Fusion reactor. The integrated Seagate 500GB hard drive and high speed connectivity make this one of the coolest hard drive cards we have ever made. It would be hard to have more fun than with this rolling around on your desktop!

Product Photos:

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delorean dmc-12

delorean dmc-12

delorean dmc-12

I couldn’t help but drool when I first saw these photos of the DeLorean DMC-12 USB flash drive. The details on the car (both exterior and interior) are amazing! It’s got a pop-up hood, gull wing doors and the Mr. Fusion reactor! It simply is EPIC!

If you’re an avid fan of the Back to the Future trilogy and have some money to burn, you can purchase the 500GB DeLorean USB flash drive from Flash Rods for $250. I know it’s kinda expensive for a 500GB flash drive but remember, this is a custom made flash drive that took 4 years to make. Btw, the custom flash drive comes with a 6-ft high-speed USB cable.

Anyone here who’s a fan of Back to the Future movies? Would you buy the 500GB DeLorean USB flash drive?


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