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{{Quote|The courthouse building was still there, too, but it looked like it had been turned into some sort of mall, with a fancy, smoked green glass entryway that led to dozens of underground shops. The names of the stores below flashed on a 3-D electronic display, places with names like ''World O' Transponders'' and ''[[Hydrators Unlimited]]''.|From ''[[Back to the Future Part II novelization|Back to the Future Part II]]'' by [[Craig Shaw Gardner]] (quote, page 24)}}
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{{Quote|The courthouse building was still there, too, but it looked like it had been turned into some sort of mall, with a fancy, smoked green glass entryway that led to dozens of underground shops. The names of the stores below flashed on a 3-D electronic display, places with names like ''World O' Transponders'' and ''[[Hydrators Unlimited]]''.|From ''[[Back to the Future Part II novelization|Back to the Future Part II]]'' by [[Craig Shaw Gardner]] (quote, page 24)}}'''World O' Transponders''' was a store located in the [[Courthouse Mall]] in downtown [[Hill Valley]] in [[2015]].
'''World O' Transponders''' was a store located in the [[Courthouse Mall]] in downtown [[Hill Valley]] in [[2015]].
 
   
Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this business stocked [[transponder]]s for use in [[flying car|flying vehicles]] travelling on the [[skyway]]s.
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Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this business stocked [[transponder]]s for use in [[flying car|flying vehicles]] traveling on the [[skyway]]s.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 12:32, 2 May 2020

"The courthouse building was still there, too, but it looked like it had been turned into some sort of mall, with a fancy, smoked green glass entryway that led to dozens of underground shops. The names of the stores below flashed on a 3-D electronic display, places with names like World O' Transponders and Hydrators Unlimited."
—From Back to the Future Part II by Craig Shaw Gardner (quote, page 24)World O' Transponders was a store located in the Courthouse Mall in downtown Hill Valley in 2015.

Judging by the name, it can be safely assumed that this business stocked transponders for use in flying vehicles traveling on the skyways.

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