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DeLorean DMC-12
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Brand: SunStar
Color: alluminium
Period: May 2009
Status: MIB
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The "real" DeLorean DMC-12

   Many people are accustomed to see this car only decorated with tubes, wires and bright plates, but today I would like to show you the "real" DeLorean DMC-12. This model is produced by SunStar and it's a must for every "Back to the Future" fan! In this case, on the rear there isn't the atomic engine created by Doc, but there is the reproduction of the real "PRV V6" created by Peugeot, Renault, e Volvo. Another great difference is on the front of the car, because in this case the front wheels are steerable (in the BTTF releases the front wheels are fixed).
   So, if you want to complete your "Back to the Future" collection, I advice you to buy this diecast model: the price is very cheaper and the quality is very good!!

Posted by: Fabiano on Tue 5/12/2009 18:4505



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