Exactly the same as Issue #12 but on the other side, Issue #14 comes complete with the right rear axle and brake. Another fiddly assembly but knowing that once this is done all four axles will be complete keeps me going until the very end.
The magazine still continues with the in-depth production diary but this issue paints Lea Thompson in a very questionable light. Looking down on Michael J Fox for being a TV actor but then eventually warming to him, some of the quotes and the way the magazine doesn’t paint her as the nicest person in the world but yet everyone who’s ever met her has said she’s lovely. Who am I to believe? If what’s written in the magazine is true then she sounded quite tough to work with in all honesty.
The next segment describes the costume differences between Eric Stoltz version of Marty and Michael J Fox’s and the magazine ends on the famous Johnny B Goode song that Mary plays at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
My god I was glad when this issue was complete as Issue #15 contained the last wheel and they have been the easiest issues to date. Bring it on!