DETROIT – John Zachary DeLorean, who died in March of a stroke at age 80, left General Motors Corp. under a cloud in 1973 just as it seemed he was on his way to becoming president. There were rumblings for two years that he might bolt. He’d quietly told associates he wanted to devote his life to social causes or possibly produce his own “ethical” sports car. Right image, cutline(Change "175" to the correct image width) John DeLorean in late 1960s, with the Pontiac GTO. But it ...

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