Delorean DMC12 Send Message
  • Potters Bar, London, UK
Owner profile picture Owner's response time is within 60 hours.
This owner has declined more than half of all bookings requests.
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  • Year

    1980
  • Steering

    Right
  • Passengers

    1
  • Speed

    70 mph
  • Transmission

    Manual

Delorean DMC12 for hire in Potters Bar, London

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Hire this Delorean DMC12 for prom party, company event, stag and hen party, anniversary and events in London and the rest of the south east and west England. In October 1976, the first prototype DeLorean DMC-12 was completed by William T. Collins, chief engineer and designer (formerly chief engineer at Pontiac). Originally, the car was intended to have a Citroen/NSU Comotor Wankel rotary engine, mounted amid-ship. The engine selection was reconsidered when Comotor production ended, and the favored engine became Ford's "Cologne V6" Eventually the French/Swedish PRV (Peugeot-Renault-Volvo) fuel injected V6, was selected. Also the engine location moved from the mid-engined location in the prototype to a rear-engined installation in the production car. The chassis was initially planned to be produced from a new and untested manufacturing technology known as Elastic Reservoir Moulding (ERM), which would lighten the car while presumably lowering its production costs. This new technology, for which DeLorean had purchased patent rights, was eventually found to be unsuitable. These and other changes to the original concept led to considerable schedule pressures. The entire car was deemed to require almost complete re-engineering, which was turned over to engineer Colin Chapman, founder and owner of Lotus. Chapman replaced most of the unproven material and manufacturing techniques with those then employed by Lotus. The backbone chassis is very similar to that of the Lotus Esprit. The original Giorgetto Giugiaro body design was left mostly intact, as were the distinctive stainless steel outer skin panels and gull-wing doors. Rent this unique classic car!

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