1981 Delorean For Sale Beautiful Car

Beautiful 1981 Delorean For Sale

Asking Price: $28995
Mileage: 17,000
Interior: Black
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This is the most fun vehicle I have ever owned. You’ll get lots of looks and stares. Starts right up and runs like a dream. I have always garaged it and always had DMC do work on it. It has no dings of scrapes of any kind. The interior looks impressive and the twin turbo chargers makes this car really go. The mileage is accurate. Only 17,000. That’s right, 17,000 miles. You’ll love owning this piece of history as much as I have. More Info

Don’t wait buy this 1981 Delorean For Sale today.  Its one of the few twin turbos around.

3 thoughts on “1981 Delorean For Sale Beautiful Car

  • September 16, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    Nice work first off!I do have a critique from the point of view of soonmee who owned a Delorean for quite some time.This design has a lot more in common with the Dodge Challenger and the Camaro than with the DMC-12, with the exception of the insert windows. Having the extended rear fender takes away from the core massing of the design since it was a rear engine with a fast-back. The other thing is the curvy nature of the design versus the angular actuality of the car. The car wasn’t just designed to be angular because of the contemporary design aesthetic, it was a function of the limitation of what you can do with stainless steel. If you look at the real car you’ll notice that it has almost no curves with the exception of the fenders (which themselves are also actually angular in a way). When I got into an actual fender bender in it, the only option was to replace the fender because its impossible to fix the dent without remolding the whole part from molten metal. Design wise this can be seen in the changes to the hood over the 3 years of production, they originally had two sweeping lines and a flap for the fuel tank, but they went to a solid flat design in mid production because too many hoods were cracking from being too brittle to press like you would softer metals. You kinda have to go back to what Delorean was trying to do when he designed the car in the first place. It was supposed to be a competitor to the Lotus Esprit, at least design wise, which is why he hired an Italian designer to give it a sporty European look. The idea was to have a car that looked closer to a Ferrari or Lotus, but that was affordable to the everyday person (even though it was really pricey by 80 s standards).again, great work. just wanted to give you some food for thought when you continue working with the design.


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