These classic DeLoreans offer a trip back in time
driving.ca – July 3, 2015
“Are those DeLoreans? They were built with cocaine money, you know.” I glance at my watch: that’s three-and-a-half minutes.
Three-and-a-half minutes since these two stainless steel wedges parked next to each other in a shady parking lot in Fort Langley, B.C., and already the cars are drawing a crowd. As usual, the onlookers are armed with some knowledge about the DeLorean legend, but they haven’t quite got the whole story…Read More
Yes, in fact, it does have a flux capacitor
The Hamilton Spectator – June 12, 2015
Only the rarest of car owners get asked by complete strangers, “Where’s the flux capacitor?” Ken Kapalowski of Burlington talks to a lot of strangers. You can’t really be expected to obey your mother’s advice on that score when you acquire a DeLorean automobile and then, meticulously over several years, turn it into a replica of the time travel machine in “Back to the Future.” Then drive it on the road…Read More
DeLoreans travel to Guelph — by highway, not time — for gathering
Guelph Mercury – May 4th, 2015
GUELPH — Time stood still briefly in Guelph Saturday as Wells Auto Sales hosted more than a dozen futuristic DeLorean cars and their owners, including a rendition of the classic gull-winged, stainless steel sports car that a fictional scientist converted into a time machine in the hit movie “Back To The Future.”…Read More
Burlington man goes Back to the Future
Inside Halton – January 12, 2015
Is it an electric car? A hydrogen car?
“No, it’s just a Back to the Future nerd car,” jokes Burlington’s Ken Kapalowski, proud owner of a converted DeLorean, which looks otherworldly as he slowly backs it out of his garage…Read More