John Z. DeLorean

22 03 2005

Back to the Future - MovieI am sure some of you recognized world-class vehicle called DeLorean. DeLorean died last Saturday in Summit of complications from a recent stroke.

The De Lorean DMC-12 was a sports car made by the De Lorean Motor Company from 1981 to 1983. The DMC-12 (also known simply as the De Lorean, as it was the only automobile produced by the company) featured gull-wing doors and a brushed, unpainted stainless steel body. Approximately 9,200 DMC-12s were produced and approximately 6,000 of them still exist today

His car was well-known from popular movie called “Back to the Future” movies, DeLorean left a powerful imprint in our society. No question about it.

There’s not much DMC vehicles left right now, I haven’t seen it anywhere in my area – not yet? I would love to have my own DeLorean car someday. This car is amazing!!

John DeLorean

Specs for the DMC-12

Exterior: made of brushed stainless steel intended to be rust-free for 20 years. The undercarriage is glass-reinforced plastic. The vehicle sported counter-balanced gull wing doors.

Interior: leather/vinyl seats and dash, electric windows and mirrors, a 4-speaker stereo system, locking storage compartment behind driver’s seat.

Engine: a rear-mounted, light alloy V6, 2.85 liter, single overhead cam, with maximum torque of 208Nm at 2,750 rpm, and a compression ratio of 8:8:1. The DMC-12 was produced from 1981 to 1983.

*DeLorean Legend – Click here.
*DeLorean Official website: Click here.
*Wikipedia Profile – Click here.
*DeLorean Motor Car website: Click here.
*The 24-Karat Gold Plated DeLorean Car – Click here.
*Tamir’s DeLorean Fan site – Click here.
*CNN article – Click here.

Grant W. Laird, Jr.

21 03 2005 logo

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Grant W. Laird, Jr.