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The DMC-12 DeLorean
The DeLorean is most popularly known as the iconic time machine car from the famous movie Back to the Future. The particular model was an artistically modified DeLorean DMC-12. That particular model was manufactured in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland by the DeLorean Motor Company. It was their only model that went into serious production before the company went into liquidation in the 1980’s, making them really only known for the DMC-12. Some notable features of the car are the stainless steel panels attached to the car over a fiberglass body and the iconic “gull wing” design, in which the doors would open from hinges at the top of the frame, rather than the front-side like a normal car door.
The DMC-12 DeLorean was technically classified as a sports car 2-door coupe with a 2,849 cc PRV ZMJ0158 V6 engine, 130-150 horsepower that could run either a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. The whole thing weighed about 2.7k pounds.
At this point, DeLoreans are a rare find, making them a must for collectors who love their famous cars. Where as, say, James Bond has had a new “top car” every movie, Back to the Future kept the DMC-12 for all three movies in the trilogy, making most people immediately associate the DeLorean with “time travel” in a way that isn’t about to be replaced any time soon. That is, unless someone in Europe creates a driveable police
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