For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1981 Delorean DC-12. This Delorean for sale is a perfect example of the 1980's. In a decade where big hair and hair bands reigned supreme and the fashion palate was Bright and flashy, a somewhat young auto executive decided he knew how to make a car better than anyone else. So, he took his ideas of a futuristic stainless steel, mid-engine car to Northern Ireland where for less than 3 years approximately 9,000 of these ultra-rare cars were built. Now even for the �80's this car was over the top! Every young urban professional, or yuppy as they were called then, lusted for one. The popularity was so great that the car was featured in the Michael J. Fox hit movie Back to the future � where the car had the ability to travel through time. Well this 1981 DC-12 for sale has all the right equipment but was ordered without the Flux Capacitor and the Mr. Fusion saving a lot of weight and who really wants to travel back in time? This incredible '81 Delorean for sale has been in the same hands for over 30 years, tucked in a garage and covered, well taking care of and lightly used this special car has only 57,800 miles logged on the odometer. This numbers matching 1981 Delorean for sale has the original 2.849 Liter V6 engine connected to the 5-speed manual gear box and it runs like the wind. When you lift the iconic gull wing door you will notice that this car has all the right options like A/C (that will need a recharge) and a cassette player for your dusty Def Leopard or Billy Joel tape as well as leather interior and power windows. So if you have always wanted one of these stainless steel beauties do not sleep on this one, if possible it will be hard to find a better one, just keep it below 88MPH! Options for this 1981 Delorean DC-12 include: A/C, AM/FM cassette player, Telescopic steering wheel, Power windows and Leather interior. For more information call our Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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