A museum in Illinois is giving away a DeLorean, but only if the Chicago Cubs win the 2015 World Series as predicted in the science fiction film Back to the Future II.
Back to the Future fans recreate the Libyan chase scene – Click above to watch video after the jump
Gulf liveried DeLorean – Click above for high-res image gallery
Twin-engine DeLorean – click above for high-res gallery
The name John DeLorean is synonymous with the automotive industry. From his days at General Motors, where he turned Pontiac into the automaker's de facto performance division with the creation of the GTO, and, therefore, the muscle car genre in general, to his days running his eponymous car company that gave
The name John DeLorean is synonymous with the automotive industry. From his days at General Motors, where he turned Pontiac into the automaker's de facto performance division with the creation of the GTO, and, therefore, the muscle car genre in general, to his days running his eponymous car company
DeLorean Twin-Turbo PRV-V6 Prototype Engine – Click above for image gallery
You may remember a post we did back in January about the DeLorean Motor Company selling flux capacitors and hover conversion kits on its website. The fictional for-sale items were a joke that got a lot of attention for the Texas-based company that's been selling old DeLorean parts and making new ones since 1995. That business has been going like gangbusters, so much so that the comp
A few months back we told you about 10 pages of sketches done by John Delorean in 1980 that wound up on eBay. Well, this time 24 more pages of Delorean notes are up for auction dating all the way back to 1976. The sketches show details of a still-born DMC super luxury sedan that could easily be on the market today. Delorean's scribbles suggest air bags, a $49,999 price tag, front-wheel dr
As one of the more colorful characters in recent automotive history, when John Z. DeLorean passed away in 2005, he left behind quite a legacy and quite a pile of paperwork. Among the many lingering items related to his business and personal life are some of his weekly planners. Two of them, from 1981 and 1982, are now up for bid at eBay. EBay seller 'dmctrustee1' had received all of
Who knows why DeLoreans often find themselves the canvas upon which mad scientists paint their insanity? Doc Brown and his flux capacitor notwithstanding, Ryan Brandys decided to take Apple Computer to task and think different when it came to building a custom carputer.