Iconic 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 with only 18,945 miles. Manufactured from 1981-1983 the DMC-12 is the only model the company ever produced. Gull-wing doors, fiberglass body structure with a steel backbone chassis and external brushed stainless steel body panels. Around 6,500 DeLoreans are thought to still exist. The engine is a rear-mounted Peugeot-Renault-Volve (PRV) 2.85L V6 which produced 130 hp with a 5-speed transmission. When equipped with a manual transmission, the DeLorean was capable of 0-60 in a reported 8.8 seconds and a top speed of 110 mph. This example appears to be completely original with a dent-free exterior and interior without any visible cracks, rips, or blemishes. Seller is asking $33,900.
There were few variations in the DeLorean since it had such a brief production period. The hood had two variants – one that had grooves and a gas was completely flat and a fuel tank flap. This one appears to be the earlier version. Since the acceleration of the DeLorean was reported to be lacking, the company did look into turbo-charging the engine with both a single and twin-turbo version. The twin-turbo version was reported to have tested 0-60 in 5.8 seconds. Had DeLorean survived another year, the twin-turbo option was to be offered as a $7,500 option. Notice that we’ve made it through this entire description without mentioning Back To The Future. Check out the seller’s ad for full details and seller contact details: