I think I’ll pass.
Still, a classic design after 30 years. I’ll give it that much. Sleek and paractical. Name a speedster today that doesn’t have a bit of Delorean.
They featured the DeLorean Motor Company of Texas on an episode of Modern Marvels. You can get a remanufactured DeLorean for a base price of $42,500 with all kinds of upgrades available, including a 197 hp engine, XM Radio and an iPod interface. He’s got a nice little business going.
But does it have a Flux Capacitor, that’s the real question…
I want one.
There’s a (middle-aged, Members-only-jacket-wearin’) guy around here who drives a DeLorean. It reminds me of a refrigerator. I can’t imagine the fuel economy is very good, eh?
Type in “Flux Capacitor” and “Mr. Fusion” on the Parts Search window, then look at the parts numbers carefully…
Oh, that is fabulous.
Heh, amusing, nice to see they have a sense of humor about it
OK, now that is style!
My Next door neighbor has one, but it only sits in their garage under a cover (Its very distinctive shape is how I know what it is). Never heard it run or seen it drive anywhere.
And they couldn’t have brought production back to Belfast could they
Are these to be new and improved cars? I read that the dies etc were taken from Dunmurry and used by a marine firm as material for a jetty or some such thing.