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A San Francisco Grad Student Made A DeLorean Hovercraft

Kickstarter projects are known for innovation and creativity. And that is precisely why, a lot of these projects end up getting the fund they need to kickstart their efforts. A San Francisco grad student Matthew Riese wanted to build a creative hovercraft, but on a Delorean. He submitted his project in Kickstarter and after raising fund, he has successfully made a DeLorean hovercraft.


DeLorean Hovercraft

In 2010, Matthew Riese, a San Francisco grad student submitted a project in Kickstarter. He was trying to build a hovercraft based on the blueprints of a popular kit hovercraft, modified to look like a Delorean. So, he needed $5,500 fund to finish the project.

150 backers supported his Kickstarter project and donated a total amount of $5,644. With the help of that money, Riese bought some materials such as epoxy resin, latex mold-builder, a MIG welder, fiberglass to build a DeLorean hovercraft.

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The finished hovercraft can travel on any flat surface, including water. The top speed of DeLorean hovercraft is around 45mph. In short, the finished product is fantastic. You will find vast details of this DeLorean Hovercraft project in Kickstarter

Source : Kickstarter, Makezine
Thanks To : Deadspin

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