Back to the Future fans are probably familiar with Biff Tannen’s Kirk Gibson Jr. Slugger 2000 adjustable bat that was manufactured in the 21st century and named after a baseball player that won a memorable World Series game for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1988. Well, inventor Colin Furze decided to recreate it in real-life, and the results a impressive to say the least. Read more for a video and additional information.
Biff Tannen used one of these bats in 2015 and made use of its extension feature during his exchange with Marty McFly, whom he believed was Marty McFly, Jr. He swung frantically, but only managed to hit the video simulacrum screen in the Cafe 80’s as well as smash the taillight of his BMW 633CSi. Biff tried swinging at Marty one last time while over the water in Courthouse Square and missed when he jumped at the last second.
- Marty McFly's letters to Doc
- Save the Clock tower flyer with Jennifer's scribble, set of 3 Cusco You're fired faxes
- Doc's Flux Capacitor drawing
- Doc Brown's 3 Western Union letters & Delorean repair letter
- Buford Reward Paper from 1855