RJ-Romain Jerome also revved up the DeLorean-DNA, manufactured from real DeLorean parts. The watch has a mechanical self-winding movement, 23 jewels, and a rhodiumed and satin-brushed dial, as well as smaller dials with chronograph functions. There's also an engraving of the DMC-12 on the back. With $16,000 in 1983, you could have bought yourself a post-bankruptcy DeLorean. Today, this chunky wristwatch will cost you almost as much.