Coffee With Jeff #96: The John DeLorean Story

29 mins - Published Sun, Jul 10, 2016 by Jeff Kelley

John DeLorean said, “I was a pretty talented engineer, I still am. Today, I don’t think there is a car running anywhere in the world that doesn’t have something I created on it, even now”.

John Zachary DeLorean was born in the right place, Detroit, Michigan on January 6, 1925. He created the Pontiac GTO and was next in line to be the president of General Motors. He, instead, quit to form in own motor company. His baby was called the the DMC-12, what was simply called, of course, The DeLorean. At that point, things begin to go wrong.

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