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and YES I know this is FAKE! But its still hilarious.
 

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Im sorry, fake or not.... I would have had a hard time not laughing or kicking his a**. Gettin kicked in the hole hurts.
 

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I just want the DeLorean!
 

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I just want the DeLorean!
And how do you get out if you are parked in a tight spot? LOL!
 

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I just want the DeLorean!
And how do you get out if you are parked in a tight spot? LOL!
I read up on it, the doors on it actually open better in tight spaces compared to cars with regular doors.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeLorean_DMC-12

Another novel feature of the DMC-12 is its gull-wing doors. The common problem of supporting the weight of gull-wing doors was solved by other manufacturers with lightweight doors in the Mercedes-Benz 300SL and an air pump in the Bricklin SV-1, although these designs had structural or convenience issues. The DMC-12 features heavy doors supported by cryogenically preset torsion bars and gas-charged struts.[21] These torsion bars were developed by Grumman Aerospace (and built by Unbrako in the UK, a division of SPS Technologies of Jenkintown, PA) to withstand the stresses of supporting the doors.[22] A popular misconception of the DMC-12's gull-wing doors is that they require far more side clearance to open relative to ordinary side-hinge doors, such as when parked in a parking lot. In fact, the opposite is true: the DMC-12 requires far less clearance than side-hinge doors, and this can be physically demonstrated. This misconception of side clearance may stem from a misunderstood location of the hinge point of the doors by persons unfamiliar with DMC-12s. These doors, when opening, only require 11 inches (264 mm) clearance outside the line of the car, making opening and closing the doors in crowded spaces relatively easy. Much like the doors fitted to the Lamborghini Countach, the DMC-12 doors featured small cutout windows, because full-sized windows would not be fully retractable within the short door panels.[23][24]
 

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A foot doctor back home in Ky. has one and I have been beggin him for it since I was about 10 or 11. Low miles and all very orginal! BEAUTIFUL!
 

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He doesn't even look like he would choose a car like the DMC. So just beat it! :cool2:
That is how you know it is staged!
 

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