1983 was the last year of production for the Delorean DMC-12, after the company went bankrupt in 1982. The manufacturer only made one model and the car was famous for its starring the Back to the Future. The car was built using an innovative fiberglass chassis and frame and the body was brushed stainless steel. Another design particularity for the Delorean DMC-12 was its gull-wing doors that made the car look modern and edgy. The engine was a PRVPeugeot-Renault-Volvounit mounted in the rear and built specifically for the Delorean, with 6 cylinders and a capacity of 2.85 liters. Suspension was independent all around and used wishbones in the front, and a multi-link setup in the rear. Steering was rack and pinion and the car was known for its good handling abilities. The 0-to-60 mph acceleration was recorded in 8.8 seconds with the manual gearbox and 10.5 seconds with the automatic transmission.
Looking to purchase a 1983 Delorean DMC-12? The Beverly Hills Car Club team can give you some insights into the value and availabilities of different models in the U.S. market. Whether you’re looking for a completely restored model or one that has a combination of original and reproduced parts, the representatives of The Beverly Hills Car Club team are a good resource. Start your search by browsing their online inventory or stop by their Los Angeles classic car dealership showroom anytime to view the models of 1983 Delorean DMC-12 available for sale. Some recommendations about buying a 1983 Delorean DMC-12: be sure to investigate the history of ownership to gain an understanding of how well the model has been taken care of by previous drivers. This will enable you to evaluate the model more accurately and make an informed decision.
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