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1981 De Lorean DMC-12

1981 De Lorean DMC-12

1981 De Lorean DMC-12

A stainless-steel body, gull-wing doors and rear-engine make the De Lorean easy to recognize. But high prices, quality-control issues and a severe lack of power made this sports car a flop with drivers. If not for a cameo as a time machine on wheels in the movie “Back to the Future,” the De Lorean would be long forgotten.

25 Comments on 1981 De Lorean DMC-12

  1. They’re starting to make these things in Houston again. They also have a Lego set.

  2. Construct Maste // June 21, 2013 at 8:47 pm // Reply

    I can just imagine a custom version of this with paint, spoiler, the works. that would be officially awesome.

  3. Imagine opening the door with someone standing next to you!

  4. why is it one of the worst cars? I would want a car that time travels!

    Reply: ಠ_ಠ are you serious?

  5. dose not belong on this list

  6. EdselDude727 // December 15, 2011 at 9:48 am // Reply

    awesome!

  7. forgetting the engine and everything, the stainless steel body was the only problem. i mean if it gets a couple scratches and a little dirt, it’s really noticeable. but i don’t mean to dis on the car. i love it

  8. stainless beauty

  9. It’s from Back to the Future

  10. speeddemon111 // August 2, 2011 at 8:10 am // Reply

    That is one cool automobile!

  11. luuuuuvvvvvvvvvvvv it!

  12. The Tall Boy Scout // July 24, 2011 at 7:25 pm // Reply

    For that to have butterfly doors, that is pretty cool.

  13. no comment

  14. ya Know, in 35 years it will be an expensive collectors car!

  15. trainman44 // July 4, 2011 at 4:44 pm // Reply

    i saw 2 of those in movies back to the futre and merry cristmas drake + josh [crazy steve had 1]

  16. lightscout // July 4, 2011 at 2:43 pm // Reply

    Nice flapping doors, but all the crashes…

  17. DMC Lover // July 3, 2011 at 3:46 pm // Reply

    i love the car the movie everything i don’t care how much i want one

  18. Hey “bboy”, they still make them in Houston, TX. You can buy a used one for $20,000-$30,000. But a brand new one would cost around $40,000. Y’all start savin’ up your pennies!

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