2.8-liter SOHC V-6,
130 hp, 160 lb-ft
Control arms, coil springs
Multilink, coil springs
1981-1982 (with a few 1983 stragglers)
For the gull-wing doors, the stainless-steel body, the rear-mounted engine, and the historical value. Also, it's worth about the same now as it was new. But mostly because it taught us all how to incorrectly pronounce "1.21 gigawatts." Look out for frame rot, though: The steel backbone was dipped in epoxy so it wouldn't rust. Ironically, that process accelerated rot by allowing moisture in through small cracks and then trapping it. Oh, and the electrical system -- including the flux capacitor -- is a weak spot.