1982 DeLorean DMC-12 from North America - Comments

11th Jul 2006, 02:16

I've had my Delorean for about a year. After taking care of some minor problems (nothing unexpected of any 24 year old car), it has become an extremely reliable car... wouldn't feel uneasy about driving it daily, and recently took a 200+ mile round trip with no problems.

Performance is fine, and it gets tons of positive attention. Considering the its reasonable price, parts availability, and easiness to live with, I would highly recommend this car. Note: As with any older car, be sure to purchase one in good condition... buying quality up front will save you tons of money down the road.

5th Sep 2006, 14:56

No Bricklins came with an AMC 390, all 1974 Bricklins came with the AMC 360, then later years it was the Ford 351.

THANK YOU.

10th Sep 2006, 00:24

A Bricklin... BETTER?

Leaked like sieves, doors killed a few people even. A fall-apart transmission, nothing worked. Designed by a man who admittedly knew nothing about cars.

6th Dec 2006, 17:39

Hey is your DeLorean for sale, I'm looking for a car to be my first car, if your interseted in selling it, please contact me. or if anyone has one, or knows someone whom has one for sale, please contact me Immediately, I'm looking for one.

22nd Jul 2007, 09:59

Why leave a bad review for a car sounds like it needs to be restored. dumb...

7th Feb 2011, 12:08

The Delorean came with a weak 2.8 L V6, underpowered and built in Ireland. AMC Bricklin resembles a Delorean sort of, but tons more power, AMC built awesome and strong engines.

7th Feb 2011, 14:44

I always get these cars mixed up. They look so much alike, and have a similar past. Also, I'm not certain, but I don't believe AMC built the Bricklin.

8th Feb 2011, 17:47

Actually, I'm kind of wrong. The Bricklin did have an AMC engine. However, I don't believe it was ever marketed as an AMC.

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