One Of A Kind Auction Could Mean Fun For Your Family

Get your checkbooks out because The Michael J. Fox Foundation and Wizard World, Inc. recently teamed up with eBay for Charity for a one-of-a-kind auction that will have 80s kids and collectors champing at the bit!

Michael J. Fox Foundation auction

The item for auction is a one-of-a-kind, custom-made Back To The Future pinball and arcade machine signed by cast members Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson, with 100% of the proceeds going back to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Michael J. Fox Foundation


The auction is currently live but ends on August 30, 2016 so bid now! The machine features:

·         Original Back to the Future artwork, custom designed to make this machine one-of-a-kind

·         Laser engraved plate autographed by the 3 cast members

·         Limited edition 1 of 1

·         LED buttons, Joystick and trackball

·         Orange Electroluminescent molding

·         Wizard World logo on the front of the machine

We’ve already placed our bid! The device was created by VPcabs, a company that was recently featured on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” They are a renowned arcade manufacturing company known for its high-quality, custom machines.

We are continuously grateful for every unique partnership that helps speed a cure for the estimated five million people worldwide who live with Parkinson’s disease,” says Debi Brooks, Co-Founder and Executive Vice Chairman, The Michael J. Fox Foundation. “By connecting Back to the Future fans to our community, we do more to speed research toward a cure and move closer to a future without Parkinson’s.

eBay is no stranger to helping The Michael J. Fox Foundation raise funds for Parkinson’s research. In 2011, eBay and Nike helped raise more than $4.4 million for the Foundation when they auctioned off 1,500 replicas of the film’s iconic, self-tying Nike Mags. The shoes featured a glowing LED panel and an electroluminescent Nike logo in the strap.

eBay for Charity is a platform that enables members of the eBay community to donate to causes across the world. To date, more than $650 million dollars have been raised on eBay for Charity.

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