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Tamir's DeLorean Site: Pigeon Forge 2004

Pigeon Forge 2004

Autocar and Motor (March 1990)

2004 DeLorean Car Show

Whether DeLorean resigned in May 1973 or was asked to leave by Gm president Ed Cole is still an unanswered matter. But he was given a prime Cadillac dealership in Florida valued at $1 million and GM 'arranged' for him to become president of the National Alliance of Businessmen, even paying the $200,000 salary that came with the year-long job.

full article Tamir

"Welcome to Pigeon Forge, TN, home of the 2004 DeLorean Car Show. This year's show ran between June 17th through the 19th. The shows theme was very Back To The Future oriented, which brought in great guest speakers."

Autocar (Jan. 1983)

2004 DeLorean Car Show

The 6ft 1in. width is at least 5in. too much, and seems 15inc. too much in such a thickly walled, obstructively pillared car – a common complaint against the DeLorean’s European stylist, Giugiaro, who ought to know better.

full article Ilan

"The first night kicked off the festivities with dinner and speeches by Ken, Randal Brown from 3M, and Stephen Clark from BTTF.com. Look at the images below to see the BTTF.com setup at the show."

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Autocar (Aug. 1986)

2004 DeLorean Car Show

As DeLorean’s empire crumbled, a system of parts and service was already being established for his cars. Consolidated International, the Ohio firm which actually ran the DeLorean factory during its final days, put away a stock of parts for the future.

full article Tamir

"Another guest speaker was the legendary Bob Gale, who co-wrote and produced the Back To The Future Trilogy. It was a real honor to meet him and talk to him after the show."

Autocar and Motor (March 1990)

2004 Pigen Forge DeLorean Car Show

By December 1981 with the American recession taking a firm grip, DeLorean sales nosedived. The worst winter on record did little to alleviate problems; it was not the best of times to sell a low-slung sports car. Of the 7500 cars produced in 1981, only 3000 were sold. In January 1982, production was cut to three-day working while retaining all 2600 employees.

full article Ilan

"Another Back To The Future star that attended the show was Claudia Wells, who played the character Jennifer in the first BTTF. She was a lot of fun to have around the show and added a lot of energy to the stage."

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