Manufactured in Northern Ireland for a largely American market the DeLorean has little to distinguish it as a car of worth. A meagre 2.8 litre engine, the most disturbing gull-wing doors you will ever see on an automobile and a reputation to match that of Skoda in the 1980s.
All this has not stopped the car becoming a legend however. After all, not all cars can travel in time as this old banger did in 'Back to the Future', ensuring its place as one of the most iconic cars in history.
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