1981 Delorean DMC-12. "Delorean Motor Corporation Twelve"- 12, originally signifying the $12,000.00 U.S. cost of the vehicle. When in fact the actual sticker price of the car was $25,000.00 U.S. at the time of its release. Six of the nearly 9000 vehicles were purchased for the original film. Three to be used as drivers and the remaining three were cut up for "Process cars". An additional damaged Delorean was purchased for the third film at a cost of about $4000 and was used for the train collision scene.Exterior: Gray Aluminum // Engine size: 173.9 Ci., 2,849cc // Engine type: V-6 // Horsepower: 140 // Torque: 153.4 lb-ft
The Pick of the Day is one of the stainless-steel gullwing-door sports cars made famous by Hollywood and driven just 548 miles
Payments from movie, merchandising gains have gone to the wrong people, lawsuit claims
The DeLorean DMC-12 is a curious case in the automotive timeline.
This week, we celebrated the actual date of the future world depicted in the 1989 film Back to the Future Part II – October 21, 2015.
Our technology guru at ClassicCars.com, Tony Perez, has a thing for DeLoreans. It’s those gullwing doors that get him, he freely admits.
1967 Austin-Healy 3000 sells for $92,000. Next up: 2005 Porsche 911 Turbo S convertible
Don’t let Daytona location fool you, museum features Indy, stock and sports cars, off-road, drag, even aircraft and boat racing
Website also lets you ‘sit’ in cockpits formerly occupied by Piquet, Senna and Prost