Showing Posts From "November 2009"
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. VI
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.30.09 — My time at DeLorean’s headquarters in Humble, Texas was well served. Not only in terms of familiarizing myself with DMC, but also getting to know the smalltown operation of a globally-recognized exotic sportscar. The intrigue f... read more
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. V
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.29.09 — In less than a week, the The Hundreds x DeLorean Motor Company project will be unveiled at both THLA and THSF. Over the past few days, I’ve taken you on a tour of the DeLorean factory and a history lesson on the DMC-12, which w... read more
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. IV
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.27.09 — As I was saying earlier, DeLorean Motor Co. acquired all the parts inventory from the original Ireland headquarters after they shut down in the early ’80s. They took everything from bolts to the forklift. They also continue to ... read more
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. III
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.26.09 — (Make sure you read Part I and Part II of this series first!) Since DeLorean stopped making production vehicles in 1982, the folks at DMC purvey refurbished cars for their niche clientele. Of the 9,000 original automobiles made... read more
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. II
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.24.09 — DeLorean Motor Company is located deep in a rural suburb of Houston, Texas. Literally, right off a dirt road. Yet, they still get eavesdroppers and lurking visitors on a daily basis. Parents teaching their kids about a pop cult... read more
THE HUNDREDS x DELOREAN MOTOR COMPANY pt. I
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.23.09 — As you well know, I was in Houston, Texas last week. Not just to eat good BBQ and hang out at Brick House Tavern all day. I was in town to visit the DMC factory, theDeLorean Motor Company. Next week, The Hundreds will proudly p... read more
HOUSTON, WE DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM.
Bobby Hundreds :: 11.20.09 — I just got back from the week in Houston, Texas. Here are some random photos, Blackberry shots, and fond memories from the H. One thing I love about the Midwest and the South is the warm hospitality. Strangers are always nice, ... read more