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Jay Shetlin | DeLoreanTalk.com

011 – Jay Shetlin

Jay shares the tragic story about the demise of his wonderful DeLorean #06341, as well as how he started with the car and his passion for the car, and the beginnings of the DeLorean Motor Club Utah group.

Justin Webb | DeLoreanTalk.com

010 – Justin Webb

Justin talks about shipping his DeLorean cross-country, his first experience with the car in public, engine modifications, and sharing the DeLorean with others.

Manson Cheung | DeLoreanTalk.com

009 – Manson Cheung

Manson shares his awesome story of designing the Hot Wheels DeLoreans – before he even bought his DeLorean; his love of the fuel flap; and the cracking binnacle.

Kevin Krinn | DeLoreanTalk.com

008 – Kevin Krinn

Kevin and I talk about DeLorean Weekend 2016, his DeLorean Digital Dashboard project, the process of doing a frame-up restore of his VIN, and his time with the DeLorean Club of Ohio.

Sarah Heasty | DeLoreanTalk.com

007 – Sarah Heasty

Sarah Heasty saw her first DeLorean in-person as a hurricane was coming to town, and finally bought her dream car from DMC Texas. She talks about how the car has connected her and her dad, and a fun story about someone pretending her DeLorean was actually theirs.

John Parsons | DeLoreanTalk.com

003 – John Parsons

Creator of the ‘DeLorean Fanatics’ Facebook group, John Parsons joins Dave Tavres for episode 3 of DeLorean Talk.

Barrie Wills | DeLoreanTalk.com

002 – Barrie Wills

The last employee of the DeLorean Motor Company, Ltd., Barrie Wills, joins DeLorean Talk to share his experiences with DMCL, his 50 years in the auto industry, his time with John Z. DeLorean, and a little known fact about the Dunmurry Motor Company.

Arnie Brandon | DeLoreanTalk.com

001 – Arnie Brandon

Dave Tavres shares how he found his car, and interviews Arnie Brandon, former President of the Pacific Northwest DeLorean Club.

000 – Introduction

As a new DeLorean owner with lots of questions, I thought this would be a great way to get to know the community, find some answers and get different perspectives on everything DeLorean – whether that be driving the car, repairing it, finding parts, talking about the history of the factory, John Z. DeLorean and his life or the car shows and events that individuals and clubs do around the world.

I hope you’ll join me in these discussions with owners, fans and anyone with a connection to the iconic DeLorean Motor Car.