Motor Feb. 21, 1981
In the presence of men like Bob Donnell lie further good omens for the future, because John DeLorean has assembled a management team of outstanding talent and automotive experience.full article
"Some of the DeLoreans from the car show decided to take part in the huge St. Patrick's Day parade that was occurring in the downtown area of Belfast. Press on the images below to see different shots of this parade."
Newsweek Apr. 30, 1973
"That plant was built to start big and be expanded," remarks Edward Lapham, senior editor of the trade newspaper, Automotive News. "It was nearly as though he wanted to be an instant General Motors."full article
"Here is the parking lot that was used to keep the DeLoreans not participating in the car show festivities."
Sports Car Graphic Feb. 1984
When Hess bought his new DeLorean, he wanted change. "With all of them looking alike," he says, " all of them being the same color, all with the same look, it's a disappointment to the personalities of people who buy those kinds of cars."full article
"The car show was held inside a building that had a bunch of festivities going on including bands and clowns. There was a custom category and the millennium concours awards sponsored by DMC Houston going on as well. Press here to see some concours judges."
Success Unlimited Oct. 1979
"DeLorean's car has alternately been called the DMC-12 and the DeLorean ZT, after his 8-year-old son, Zachary Tavio. Final choice of a name has yet to be made.full article
"There were plenty of DeLorean items for sale by many vendors. Even an ex-factory worker was selling floor plans of the original factory."
Super Mag Vol. 4 No. 7
DeLorean Motors has spent $200 million to produce a car that handles like a Ferrari, has the pickup of a Porsche 924, and uses less gas than a 'Vette.full article
"The day concluded with an awards banquet held at the hotel. The food was great, and many awards and prizes were given out. Press here for a picture of the awards and prizes."