Lego has announced that its fan-inspired 'Back To The Future: Time Machine' is now available in the UK for just £34.99.
The project was originally suggested and designed by a fan, and submitted to Lego's crowd-supported CuuSoo platform.
After reaching 10,000 votes in short order the design was taken to Lego's upper echelons for feasibility studies and a review, and the result is the final design(s) you can see below.
The kit comes with both a 1985 and a 2015 number plate, and can be converted into three distinct designs from the film.
It's a pretty spectacular set, and probably one for the shelf rather than the standard play kit. Indeed given that there are only going to be a few made across the world, it's not even going to be that easy to get hold of one.
As best we can tell it's available now from 'select retailers' - which we assume means official Lego stores.
We haven't been given a specific date for the wider sale, but it looks like August 1 is a good ballpark to circle on your calendars to buy one globally online.
Of course, if there is any confusion, once you've got one you can just use it to go back in time to tell yourself where to get one. Easy.
Masashi Togami, a creative director from Tokyo, Japan who designed the Time Machine model, has said he will donate his royalties from the project to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Lego Space Marines
One of the most-supported projects on the site, this range of Lego Space Marines would see <a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/">minifigs battling aliens on mysterious far-off worlds</a>. Which is exactly the sort of thing minifigs should be doing. Supporters: 6,000
Lego Steve Jobs
There are a few Lego Apple Stores on CuuSoo - and the famed Apple Playmobile set (fake, in case you wondered) is also quite sweet. <a href=" http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/10142">But nothing comes close to the joy of seeing this Steve Jobs minifig.</a>
Lego Super Mario
Among the many Lego Mario sets on CuuSoo this is our favourite. <a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/16093 ">All we want to add is a regular MiniFig size Mario that comes with a set of small legs for when he gets hit by a Koopa Trooper.</a>
Lego Apollo 11
The history of Space Lego is long and storied, but there would be something extra special about <a href=" http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/25">a Lego Apollo 11 mission</a> - and possibly a Lego Apollo 13 with requisite catastrophic Lego engineering failures. Supporters: 1,200
<a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/10659">The Lego Memes set would apparently collect the internet's</a> favourite Gifs, images, videos and in-jokes, and represent them in bricks. Somehow. Supporters: 340
Greek Mythology is often referenced as the basis for many super hero legends. So now there are Lego Superman, Batman and Avengers sets, <a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/17341">it makes sense for someone to make a Lego Zeus.</a> Supporters: 428
The Lego Portal set recently met its target of 10,000 supporters, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/07/16/lego-portal-petition-cuusoo-minecraft_n_1675768.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-tech">and will now be reviewed by the company.</a>
If Lego are going to potentially make Lego Space Marines (see above), they should probably throw Games Workshop a bone, to keep the trademark lawyers happy if nothing else. This giant-sized <a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/14157 ">Lego Space Marine is a nice early stab</a>. Supporters: 114
Do kids still know what Ghostbusters are? If they do, <a href=" http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/8058">Lego should respond right now</a>. If they don't, well, that's sad. Supporters: 1,400
Lego Arkham Asylum
<a href="http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/16093">This project would be the ultimate Lego Batman set</a>. Like the Death Star for Lego's Star Wars series, each room would feature a different iconic villain, trial or situation for the Dark Knight and Robin to deal with. Supporters: 140