You Could Own This Ultra-Low-Mileage Blacked-Out DeLorean DMC-12

Sep 23, 2019

Category: Tech

Thanks to its unique silhouette, gullwing doors, and an appearance in one of the greatest sci-fi film franchises of all time — Back to the Future — the DeLorean DMC-12 is one of the most iconic cars of all time. And now you have a chance to own one of the most unique DeLoreans in existence because this 1981 example, which is up for sale, is done up in all-black.

As only three of these cars were ever factory painted, the vast majority of those still on the road are gray, thanks to their signature bare stainless steel bodies. This example is not one of those three — having been painted by an aftermarket customizer — but that minor drawback is made up for by its impressively low mileage of just 5,900. It has also benefitted from a full restoration and some much-needed upgrades, including an engine overhaul and a fuel system redux, keeping it in perfect, road-ready working condition. You’ll have to reach out for pricing if you want to get behind the wheel of this sinister time machine.

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