Pontiac Papers

  • John Delorean

    1027 words, 5 pages

    Until his spectacular arrest on drug charges in Los Angeles in October 1982, John Zachary DeLorean had enjoyed astonishing success. Born into a working class family, he proved an exemplary student, going on to become the golden boy of General Motors who single-handedly saved their Pontiac division, and whose marketing wizardry provided American youths with their muscle cars. Then, almost at the top of General Motors, DeLorean suddenly resigned apparently in disgust at the immorality of big business. He then set out to build his own “ethical car”, eventually deciding to take over a Belfast si

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