Detroit, Michigan (IP) - Delorian Motor Works (DMW) has announced that it is producing a stereo system with a car attached to it as a sort of off-shoot. The price of the new vehicle will start at $27,000 and will be available in silver and black.
The speakers mounted in and outside the car number 347 and even the tires have water proof speakers within the rims.
There are speakers around the radiator, next to the headlights, across the entire back of the trunk, and also underneath the vehicle. The horns also double as speakers.
Customers are advised that there is no modern day DVD or CD player nor satellite radio or even cassette tape player within the car. It will use the old 8-track tape system. The manufacturer has been sending out professional yard sailing specialists who eventually found enough machines to install into the 3,679,147 vehicles being manufactured. It will be up to the buyers to find their own tapes and the price of these tapes is expected to escalate rapidly and cyber auction sites already show a drastic price increase in these items.
One thing is certain and that is that the music will still sound better and have greater variety than is currently being broadcast by "so-called" classic rock stations which have a repertoire of nine or ten songs at best.