Sure, you could go with the original look, and that might be the one that we would go with. But the elephant in the room is obviously the selection of Back to the Future looks.
When you think about it, BTTF, brings you actually a handful of design choices. The obvious is the original setup, with the iconic steam vents, and yards of wires. At the same time, one of the most recognizable is the variation from Back to the Future II, with the big white “Mr. Fusion” right in the middle of the rear engine area.
It’s ok if you can’t pull off the tilting wheels and flying car functionality.
But perhaps the unsung hero of the bunch is the modified version from Back to the Future III. It features funky 1950’s hubcaps, beefed up suspension to handle the Wild West’s lack of roads, and improvised circuit board using ’50s-era components.
It might be the least-seen interpretation of the DeLorean but it has a charm all its own, calling to mind the epic conclusion of the BTTF franchise!