Todd Terje makes a used car commercial in his video for “Delorean Dynamite” — watch

After notable appearances in the Back To The Future series, the DeLorean DMC-12 became one of several go-to images for just how wacky and out-of-whack the ’80s truly were. Todd Terje was no doubt touched by the vehicle’s storied legacy, having paid sonic tribute in his own way with the single “Delorean Dynamite”, from his debut full-length, It’s Album Time. Now, in the accompanying video, Terje’s offering fans a chance to own an actual piece of history by purchasing their very own DeLorean.

Directed by Espen Friberg, the clip follows the chrome cruiser in action, hypnotizing potential buyers with its sleek design and impeccable handling. According to the car’s sale page, it’s going for 279,000 Norwegian krone, or roughly $43,000 US, which may or may not be a steal considering the car only has around 14,000 miles on it. If you’re interested in building your own time machine, or just cruising the neighborhood, contact Frank, the seller, at

In a statement, Frank described the power of the DeLorean:

The world’s most iconic movie car could be yours! The time machine from the Back To The Future movies, is a very rare and truly special American (produced in northern Ireland) sports car that always turns heads. It’s over 30-years-old, which means very low road taxes and insurance. The Delorean DMC-12 was only produced in the short timespan of 1981 to 1983 and is recognized for its wing-doors and stainless steel engine. The chassis was developed by Colin Chapman and the engine was designed by Giorgio Guigiaro. This car was bought brand new in the US in 1989, has had only 3 owners and has been extremely rarely used. It was imported to Norway in 2011 and has only had one owner since. The original paperwork and documentation from Carfax comes with the car. If you are looking for an iconic sports car and a solid collector’s item with a unique story, then this is the car for you!! Do send me a mail for a cosy chat about cars!

Watch the video below.


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