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The DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) is a classic example of how set ups, unexpected team-ups and ego clashes can lead to a dream's demise. The DMC was founded in 1975, in Detroit, Michigan by former GM executive John DeLorean who, despite his well-doing and extensive experience in the automotive industry, left to pursuit the dream of having his own automobile brand.
DeLorean was a very prominent figure back then, having garnered a fair amount of popularity over his accomplishments as an engineer and versatile business man. His notoriety was very well conserved and further boosted by his young and energetic appearance. Having seen himself as the possessor of sufficient knowledge to start his own business, the charismatic DeLorean went on raising funds, despite mixed opinions regarding his endeavor.
Although he was respected and credited for his deeds, some voices doubted his optimistic perspectives. Fueled by enthusiasm, DeLorean soon collected the sum need... continue reading DMC history →
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We don't know if the DeLorean made Back to the Future better or the other way around, but one thing is for sure: this car still enjoys its cult status. In the first movie, a teenager is sent 30 years into the past using a time machine built around a car by Dr. Emmett Brown. The second movie Mary into the futu... Continue Reading →
Kevin Durant is a basketball player who may be a pretty cool guy, but we can bet a lot of money he’s not as cool as his big black van. The van in question was filmed by his next door neighbor in a one minute video shown on YouTube. The video must be amazing since it got over 2 million views in just seven day... Continue Reading →
A valuable piece of automotive history is to be offered for grabs by Bonhams at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 2, 2010. The car in question is, in fact, a 1981 DeLorean DMC12 Coupe, previously owned by Miranda Guinness, Countess of Iveagh. The car, which has been on long-term display at the Robert... Continue Reading →