May '81. Another very good condition car as of 2012. Virginia owner spent a lot of money making this car top notch. Remanufactured sometime in the middle of the aughts. Housed in garage with large memoriabilia collection. Owner is a Star Wars/Delorean fanatic.
The rear of 1417 seen here, 6/10/12. 7041 to its left and 1258 to the rear.
Owner above sold in 2014 in Oregon.
The next owner (Chris Pricedmc*) listed the car for sale 5/2015:
"…Delorean Motor Company in Humble, Texas restored this Delorean from 2005-2007. The included binder from Delorean documents all repairs and replacement parts in the restoration with over $43,000 spent on the restoration.
Interior: black leather bucket seats; lighting upgraded to LEDs.
Engine: PRV 2.85 ltr. V6 with Stage II performance upgrade.
This car looks great, runs great, and is a pleasure to drive. When I purchased this Delorean, I flew to the car and drove it home from Oregon to Mississippi. The only issue I had during the trip was a sticking angle drive, which caused the speedometer to jump erratically for half of the trip and not work at all for the remainder. This angle drive was replaced as soon as I had a chance at which time I also upgraded all of the interior lighting to LEDs. I have driven it many times since and everything on the car is functioning flawlessly..
When I purchased the car (1417), it was showing 56,761 original miles. Since the angle drive controls both the speedometer and the odometer, I recognize that my mileage was not accurately recorded during my cross-country trek though the new angle drive corrected the mechanical issue. Based on mileage records, the odometer should now read approximately 60,000 miles but it currently reads 58,475 (subject to change due to driving several times each week). I couldn't in good conscious not divulge this issue even though everything is functioning correctly now that I replaced the broken angel drive tip. Runs like a top, all electronics functioning perfectly – took it to a classic car/historic aircraft event last evening and it was the star of the show.
Asking $35,000. Email me with questions, specific photo requests, and serious offers (Some room to haggle, my generosity depends on your attitude and how quickly you can complete the transaction. Checked this off my bucket list and now my next endeavor is awaiting the funds from this sale.) No trades; title is free and in hand.
Deal includes car, all restoration receipts and paperwork, Delorean Care Kit, DMC fitted cover, Flux Capacitor, Hoverboard (makes neat sounds but does not hover- maybe will on Oct. 21, 2015), 2 keys and remotes, and any other Delorean related stuff I have in the garage…"
*I add "dmc" to surnames on purpose to defeat common internet searches.