1985 “Back to the Future”/ 1975 Volkswagen Station Wagon T2

The Libyan terrorists drove a blue 1975 Volkswagen Station Wagon T2 (Type 2) through Courthouse Square on their way to Twin Pines Mall, on a mission of revenge against Doc Brown for stealing their plutonium in 1985 sci-fi adventure film “Back to the Future” directed by Robert Zemeckis. One drove the vehicle while the other stood through the sunroof with an AK-47 assault rifle.

1975 Volkswagen Station Wagon T2, Back to the Future 1985

The vehicle crashed into and totaled a Fox Photo booth when the DeLorean time machine that it was chasing suddenly disappeared.

The Volkswagen Station Wagon T2 (Type 2), and informally called the Volkswagen Bus, is a van manufactured by Volkswagen, a German automobile company. The Type 2 model nicknamed the “Breadloaf” or “Bay-window” was built in Germany from 1968 until 1979, with production shifting to Mexico in 1980.

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