Toby Peterson, owner of DeLorean Service Northwest, stands with Samantha Hamm, of Delorean For Hire, at Peterson’s shop Monday in Woodinville. Peterson’s shop keeps the 37-year-old cars running for owners who want to keep their famous “Back to the Future” rides running. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Toby Peterson, owner of DeLorean Service Northwest, stands with Samantha Hamm, of Delorean For Hire, at Peterson’s shop Monday in Woodinville. Peterson’s shop keeps the 37-year-old cars running for owners who want to keep their famous “Back to the Future” rides running. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The DeLorean future of the past is present in Woodinville

A shop there specializes in fixing vehicles made famous by the “Back to the Future” film franchise.

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