‘Back To The Future’ Auction To Benefit Parkinson’s Research

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Great scott! If there ever was a chance to own your own replica DeLorean from the “Back To The Future” films…this is it!

To celebrate the trilogy’s 25th anniversary, the Michael J. Fox Foundation’s Team Fox is partnering up with Profiles in History to auction off some amazing “Back To The Future” memorabilia to benefit Parkinson’s research.

Some of the items up for bid include the resizing jacket Marty McFly wore in Back To The Future II, worn by Michael J. Fox himself, with an estimated worth of $25,000 to $50,000 and, of course, a technically accurate reproduction of the DeLorean Time Machine, valued at between $80,000 to $120,000.

The auction takes place Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Globe Theatre at Universal Studios, 100 Universal City Plaza Dr., Building 5511-6 in Universal City. You can also bid online, by phone or by absentee, with prior registration.

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