Created as a collaboration between DMC and LA streetwear shop, The Hundreds, this DeLorean DMC-12 was wrapped in two layers of black vinyl; first flat, then gloss, to create the sweet-ass stripe effect.

Why vinyl? According to The New York Times' Richard Chang, while the original company issued a service bulletin on how to paint the stainless steel body panels, it warned that the surface may not allow paint much longevity.


The car was made to promote a range of DMC t-shirts and New Era hats created by The Hundreds, some of which feature the same graphic treatment as the car, called "Jags." [The Hundreds via Wheels]