1982-1984 BSC LaBruckell Based off the DMC DeLorean prototype (front) lamborghini countach 1990 (tailcone) and the DMC DeLorean (rest of the body) So basically back in 1979, James LaBruckell, one of Bruckell's head designers, had an idea; Make a sports car while simultaneously making it look like it was from 2050. And then that dream, 3 years later became a reality. Well, a terrible, underpowered reality to be honest. The LaBruckell featured scissor doors, a brushed aluminum body, and a V6 that was being used in sport models of the Cherrier Cherrier6. And then a few years later, LaBruckell got into a situation you really don't want to be in. Let's just say there were some BNGIU agents and some.. illegal drugs. Engines: 2.2 liter V6, 4.5 liter V8 (custom only), Dual Electric motors (custom only). Transmissions: 4-speed automatic, 4-speed manual, 4-speed drag transmission, electric powertrain, 6-speed race manual. Configs: 8 The Battered: Beater Labruckell, probably going to die any sec- Hey, what is this glowing triangle in here? LaBruckell (A) :Base model LaBruckell with a 4-speed automatic transmission and Soliad Bragenham wheels. LaBruckell (M) :Base model LaBruckell with a 4-speed manual transmission and Soliad Bragenham wheels. LaBruckell Sport (A) :Sport model of the LaBruckell with a 4-speed automatic transmission, a turbocharger, a racing stripe and Soliad Bragenham wheels. LaBruckell Sport (M) :Sport model of the LaBruckell with a 4-speed manual transmission, a turbocharger, a racing stripe and Soliad Bragenham wheels. Race (M) :Featuring a 4.5 liter V8, a racing livery, custom wheels and suspension, a 6-speed manual race transmission, and a large wing, this is a pretty effective track weapon. No Time (A) :In 1990, a wacky inventor tripped over his shoelace, hit his head, and had a groundbreaking idea. Then he put that idea, an electric powertrain and some other stuff into a LaBruckell, got his 16 year old best friend to drive it, and go back in time. Golden (M) :Yo homie, this the raddest wedge on the BLOCK, ya hear me dude?!