We've all been demanding hoverboards ever since Marty McFly took off on one in 1989's Back To The Future II, but now you could own the real thing.
The actual hoverboard used in the film is up for auction at Vue Cinema's entertainment and prop store live auction, which takes place at Westfield in Shepherd's Bush in October.
It's one of 375 lots of original props, constumes and production material from a host of movies, including a model of the Batmobile from Batman Forever (expected to reach £25,000), Arnold Schwarzenegger's bike leathers worn in Terminator 2 (£22,000) and a golden ticket from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (£20,000). The whole selection is expected to raise a total in excess of a million pounds.
The hoverboard is likely to go for about £15,000 - so forget about that new car, and get a far more desirable mode of transport instead.
You can visit a two-week exhibition of the lots starting October 1, before the auction takes places on October 16 - visit propstore.com for more information.
Marty McFly's Hoverboard
Batmobile from Batman Forever
Willy Wonka's Golden Ticket
Queen from Aliens
The Terminator's Biker Costume from Terminator 2: Judgement Day
Terry English – Excalibur Mordred
H R Giger Giger Limited Edition Harkonnen Chair
Scaramanga's Blue Shirt from Man With The Golden Gun