Built by Oliver and Terry Holler. Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine. Featured in hundreds of commercials, photoshoots, magazines, documentaries and books.
Driven by Christopher Lloyd on numerous occasions, reprising his role as 'Doc Brown.'
Owner is internationally licensed driver, as car has traveled to 28 countries and all 50 states for appearances.
Can be converted to any version from the trilogy (plutonium chamber, Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor, 1955 baby moon hubcap wheels, 1885 train wheels and Coca-Cola crate hood box electronics.
Time Machine Conversion: Full reproduction of the car featured in Back to the Future™, complete with Flux Capacitor! Has optional plutonium chamber/Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor plus, the lighting rod hook from the film's climax.
Vehicle has additional features for display and parades, including external speakers, special lighting, sound and fog effects. Additional props from the movies (hoverboards, etc.) are available for rent — a complete list can be supplied upon request.
Specs: 1982 DeLorean DMC-12
304 Grade Brushed Stainless Steel
Two (2) seats; Pilot and Co-Pilot
Peugeot-Renault-Volvo (PRV) 2.85 L (174 cu in) SOHC V6, rated at 130 hp (132 PS; 97 kW) at 5,500 rpm and torque of 153 lb⋅ft (207 N⋅m) at 2,750 rpm.
These PRVs were a development of the 2.7-litre V6 used in the Renault 30 that were designed and built under special contract with the DeLorean Motor Company.
This engine has a 90-degree layout with a light-alloy block with cast iron cylinder liners and light-alloy heads with cross-flow hemi-chambers.
It is cooled by a front-mounted radiator with twin-thermostatically controlled electric cooling fans.
The engine has a 91 mm bore and 73 mm stroke, a compression ratio of 8.8:1 and was fitted with a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system.
Cast alloy wheels, measuring 14 inches (360 mm) in diameter by 6 inches (150 mm) wide on the front and 15 inches (380 mm) in diameter by 8 inches (200 mm) wide on the rear. Designed specifically for DMC by Ital Design's Giorgetto Giugiaro.
Power-assisted disc brakes on all wheels, with 10-inch (250 mm) rotors in front and 10.5-inch (270 mm) in the rear.[
5-speed manual. This vehicle is 'different' and requires a knowledgeable DeLorean driver to assist mechanics in putting it on lifts, ramps, etc. Reverse is especially illusive to find for the uninitiated.
The vehicle is available for film shoots, TV productions, and photo sessions. Personal rides are available for one passenger/co-pilot. Owner/driver accompanies and manages the vehicle for all appearances. Vehicle has appeared in 28 countries and can travel anywhere requested by ship, plane or driven. Rates will be determined by transit method.