10 Flash Drives Masquerading As Awesome Miniature Car Models

Wouldn’t you like to have a 1:18 scale model of the DeLorean from Back To The Future III? Now you actually can! Dave Hersch founded a company called Flash Rods, which manufacture the most unique data storage devices ever: scale models of cars with integrated flash/hard drives! Their flash drives (mini-size) models are priced between $22 to $35 and offer 25 different designs including ’68 Charger, ’68 GT500 Mustang, and the DeLorean Time Machine. They also hand build 1:18 scale models with integrated 750 GB hard drives, as well as mid-sized models featuring USB 3.0 connectivity.

These scale models, especially the Back To The Future limited edition “Red Wheel” DeLorean, are wonderful gifts for any geek.

What do you think: shall we offer a few in a giveaway? Which one do you prefer?

Back To the Future “Red Wheel” Limited Edition

1:18 scale model; stainless steel; 750 GB hard drive; USB 2.0; $385

car flash drive

car flash drive

Back To The Future “Train Wheel”

1:18 scale model; stainless steel; 750 GB hard drive; USB 2.0; $340

car flash drive

1967 Mustang GT500 Eleanor

1:18 scale model; 1 TB; USB 2.0; $375

car flash drive

car flash drive

Nissan GT-R

1:18 scale model; 750 GB hard drive; USB 2.0; $275

car flash drive

car flash drive

Corvette ZR1

Mid-size model; 32/64 GB configurations; USB 3.0 SS; $110/$130

car flash drive

car flash drive

Shelby Cobra

Mid-size model; 32/64 GB configurations; USB 3.0 SS; $120/$140

car flash drive

car flash drive

1951 Merc

1:18 scale model; 750 GB hard drive; USB 2.0; $275

car flash drive

The A-Team Van

Mini-size model; 8 GB; $25

car flash drive

Trans Am

Mini-size model; 8 GB; $25

car flash drive

1963 Lincoln

Mid-size model; 32/64 GB configurations/ USB 3.0 SS; $110/$130

car flash drive

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Comments (82)
  • Jan H

    Think i like the Back To the Future “Red Wheel”, and the “Train Wheel” best.
    Superb drives, and why not look like a car

  • Ellen O

    AWESOME! I’d take ANY of these happily. The ‘vette is gorgeous. :-)

  • George C

    Oh my!!! Matchbox cars move over!

  • Dev

    Amazing collection!!! The Nissan GT-R Please!

  • Kenneth C

    The DeLoreans, Shelby Cobra and the ’51 Merc! Any of those would be dope. One that I would love to see these guys make in the future would be the 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442.

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