A waxwork figure of Biff Tannen (on the far right), posing with his restored 1955 Ford Super De Luxe Convertible at the entrance of the Biff Tannen Museum in 1985A.

"And next to that [Biff's 1955 Ford Super De Luxe Convertible] was a lifelike wax figure of Biff! It was a pretty good likeness too — the same burly body and sloping forehead. They had even gotten the smirk right."
—From Back to the Future Part II by Craig Shaw Gardner (quote, page 112)

A waxwork figure, also known as a wax sculpture, was a lifelike model of a famous person sculpted in wax.


Biff Tannen, who had become "the luckiest man on Earth" — as well as one of the richest and most powerful men in America — in the ABC timeline 1985A, had no doubt considered himself famous enough to have a waxwork figure made, which was on display at the main entrance of the Biff Tannen Museum, standing next to his newly-restored Ford Super De Luxe Convertible from 1955

The waxwork figure of Biff was dressed in a smart dark gray suit, with a light gray handkerchief in the jacket's breast pocket; and a light gray open-necked shirt. It wore a gold chain round its neck, and held a lucky horseshoe in its left hand, signifying Biff's status as "the luckiest man on Earth"; while its right hand rested on the offside front of the car.

After Marty burned the Grays Sports Almanac in 1955, this nightmarish timeline was overwritten by 1985B — as a result of which the museum not only ceased to exist, but never had existed.


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