The young Marty McFly and his best friend, Doctor Emmett "Doc" Brown, formally dressed in 19th-century attire, pose for a photo during the Grand Clock Tower Opening Party in Hill Valley in 1885.The big time meter, the famous clock with Roman numerals, is supported by a rustic wooden box. The protagonists of "Back to the Future" are right in front of it, standing on a base with elements and machinery that resemble an old locomotive, another striking machine, and presented in the third film of the saga. With a plaque having the movies logo at the bottom of the base, Iron Studios proudly presents its new statue "Marty and Doc at the Clock Deluxe Art Scale 1/10 - Back to the Future III".In the third film in the cult trilogy, Marty travels back to the American Old Wild West to save Doctor Brown, where he meets his Irish great-grandparents Seamus and Maggie McFly and faces Buford Mad Dog Tannen. As a conclusion to this story, Doc gives Marty a rectangular package, claiming to be a small souvenir. McFly opens the present and finds the old picture of that moment framed from when they took the picture in front of the clock, a clock that has always been present since the first film, thus ending the conflict that started in the first part of the trilogy.This fun adventure, immortalized on the big screen, gets this unprecedented version in collectibles by Iron Studios. With details faithful to the features of actors Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd as Doc Brown, the second piece of the Back To the Future line was revealed first hand in the second edition of the virtual event Inside Iron Studios Day.