December 15, 2012

1981 DeLorean DMC-12.

9 comments:

joey said...

I'm 6'5" and man that door handle is low. Good thing Michael J. Fox is like 5'4".

great white tiburon said...

that owner is livin the high life. a delorean and a 57 ford fairlane 500, that's a big thumbs up for some nice rides. that delorean is one of the more used ones I have seen, and that makes it all the more interesting. it's one of the few opc's I do see around my area.

Jim said...

That is one seriously eclectic collection.

Spiff said...

Will we get to see more of that clean little Scamp? That is indeed an eclectic, if color-coordinated, collection...two of the most complicated cars of their eras, and one of the simplest.

Anonymous said...

SO COOL! HOW DO YOU DO IT. Very Inspiring!

I can't imagine owning a delorean much less TWO MORE very cool cars the ford the valiant and the cars in garage look practically mint condition. This is amazing.

I ask again, how do you find these cars!

Justin said...

Christ on a trike, what a collection! Delorean, Ford Fairlane and a Plymouth Scamp. I'll take all 3, haha.
Love the shot of the sticker in the Fairlane's trunk.

The Professor said...

Around where I live, there's a guy that had two DeLoreans, an Austin-Healey Sprite, a MG something-or-other, a 20s/30s Rolls-Royce, and a similar-aged British-looking old car (Bentley)? However, I think he's started to sell them off.

Anonymous said...

That brings back memories. I had a friend with a retractable hardtop. That car was BA.

clifton.ra said...

The Ford is a Skyliner, not to be confused with the Sunliner convertible.

They were expensive. Probably cost more than some other more upscale Ford products such as the Lincoln Capri and Edsel Ranger and Mercury Monterey.