1972 Wings Tour Bus & The Back To The Future DeLorean Come Together & Land At The Classic Motor Show At The NEC
The morning after The Classic Motor Show at The NEC it was time to leave the FBHVC Federation Village and NEC Hall 5. Most of the exhibits had already gone but one special exhibit remained… The DeLorean. Seeing these two icons together sparked a rock and roll idea… see below…
GET BACK TO THE FUTURE
The DeLorean was made famous by the Hollywood movie Back To The Future starring Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly a teenage rock and roll guitar player who lands back in the early 50’s and is desperate to Get Back To The Future. So many memorable scenes but one of the greatest has to be when Marty picks up a guitar and plays rock and roll to a mystified crowd who don’t know what he’s doing because rock and roll hasn’t been invented yet. One of Paul McCartney’s greatest songs is Get Back and so Get Back and Back To The Future came together… The FBHVC to 1972 Wings Tour Bus had the same effect as Doc Brown’s flux capacitor to the DeLorean; it helped WNO 481 Get Back To The Future it deserves.
The newly restored 1972 Wings Tour Bus unveiled on the FBHVC Federation Village Stand at The Classic Motor Show, NEC 11th to 13th November 2022.
A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY MOMENT – Tom Salter the Tour Manager who set the bus up for Paul sees WNO 481 for the first time in 50 years.
THE McCARTNEY STAGE – Bands including the legendary Howie Casey, fab Breeze Redwine and Logan Paul Murphy The Beatles Boy (Wonder) performed all weekend, see the photo’s.
THE HANDS – A Dad shows his little girl how to do Paul’s move The Wings.
THE LINDA – The Mums do Linda’s move with Stella, now affectionately known as ‘The Linda’.
GET BACK TO THE FUTURE – 1972 Wings Tour Bus and the Back To The Future DeLorean both land at the NEC and the two Come Together in a tribute graphic.
THE GUEST BOOK – Guests who came on board shared their thoughts.
1972 Wings Tour Bus WNO 481 has to Get Back to where it once belonged.
See all the photo’s from the Classic Motor Show and the restoration on Flickr