Very slightly damaged outer packing box, contents perfect and signed by the author but outer cardboard box will have some marks/squashed corners/minor damage.
DeLorean Celebrating the Impossible hardback book produced by our very own DeLorean Owners Club Historian and ex club magazine editor. Exclusive edition to the DeLorean owners Club (UK) signed by both the authors.
DeLorean Celebrating the Impossible has been compiled as a tribute to the DMC-12 sports car and the people and events that made it possible. Unlike the majority of the other books that have been published over the past 30 years, it is not a history of John Z DeLorean’s career, nor an analysis of his psychology, nor a catalogue of his alleged misdeeds. Promoted and inspired by Chris Parnham and Andrew Withers, it contains the biggest and best collection of photographs and mementos ever brought together on the subject. Between the pictures are the recollections of former DMCL employees and other interested parties, written largely in anecdotal form and from an insider’s viewpoint. The stories here go beyond the point at which most other books stop and speculate about the reason for its failure. They also highlight the record speed at which the car went from the signing off of the Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro’s creative work to certification, production and sale, the pioneering of advanced technology in model making and the introduction into the UK of ‘simultaneous engineering’. The reader is introduced to the good humour and camaraderie between the personnel of the project’s different nationalities and between the Protestants and Catholics in the Northern Ireland factory where the cars were built. Despite all the hard work, effort and inspiration put in by so many in Belfast, Coventry, Turin, Worthing, Andover, Hethel and elsewhere, these were key features of what turned out in the end, to be impossible. Release date Feb 28th 2015
Very heavy coffee table book, price includes UK mainland courier shipping only please contact for shipping outside of the UK. Very heavy book at nearly 4kg