This is its first year: 1981. John Z. DeLorean (a brilliant General Motors exec who struck out on his own) envisioned a sports car that had it all: great looks, performance and safety. It did look great— it had a stainless steel body with gullwing doors designed by the equally brilliant Giorgetto Giugiaro. But its Renault-engined performance fell short and many of the safety features envisioned by John Z. didn’t make it to production. On top of that, poor build quality simply didn’t reflect the vehicle’s high price. Sales languished. Then Hollywood added a flux capacitor for the 1985 blockbuster Back to the Future and it became iconic. This image of the original vehicle flying over downtown San Diego shows the potential that moviemakers might have seen. Get one of a limited edition of 25, together with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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