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A 1981 DeLorean DMC-12, the one used in 'Back to the Future.'
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This Pristine 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 for Sale Has Only 3,161 Miles on It

People know of the DeLorean DMC-12 from the popular Back the Future film franchise from the 1980s. While the iconic car wasn't around long, it was one of the most visually distinctive cars on the market. Recently, a pristine 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 with only 3,161 miles was listed on the duPont Registry and sold quickly.
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Two Brand New Sequential-Numbered Deloreans For Sale

Ours is not to question why but only to report. Someone in the OC in SoCal has been keeping two sequential-numbered Delorean coupes under wraps. Since new. One has 1,600 miles and the other an astounding 14 miles. Not a misprint: 14 miles. Some would argue that these Delorean coupes did nothing but drop in …
The overhead rear 3/4 view of a gray-and-white Shelby Cobra 427 S/C CSX-Series 6000 continuation on a blacktop
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6 Year Odyssey To Legalize Replica Car Sales Finally Approved

They say the wheels of the legal system move slowly, but six years? Until last week you couldn’t sell a complete, turn-key replica. You’ll notice most all GT40, Cobra, or Banshee replicas are sold without drivetrains. That’s because legally they couldn’t be sold as complete vehicles based on National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rules. But …
The Back to the Future replica Delorean sitting in a wet parking lot.
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A DeLorean Modernization Gone Wrong By Automotive Legend Chip Foose

Chip Foose is an automotive legend. He is arguably a peer to George Barris, of Batmobile fame, because Chip can conceptualize ideas and turn the wrench and bend the metal to make them real. In short, his automotive work is considered art. But, even the best of us have a bad day. Sadly, Mr. Foose …
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The Gold-Plated DeLorean Was a Unique and Expensive Failure

Although the DeLorean DMC-12 has a cult-like following and was arguably one of the most popular cars in automotive history, it was a failure. But what you might not know is that a gold-plated DeLorean existed as well, and it was an even bigger failure. Only 8,583 DMC-12 models were built from 1981 to 1983, …