Northern Ireland

buy provigil canada pharmacy William Corrigan ran a very successful garage business in Edenderry (County Down). In 1902, and at the age of 41 or so, he manufactured a 4½ hp car. Apparently, there is a photograph of this car in the museum of the Royal Irish Automobile Club which has its headquarters in Kildare Street, Dublin.
In Edenderry (County Down) the Aylesbury Brothers manufactured one of the few cars built in Ireland from 1907 until1908. It was a light car using an 8/10hp two-cylinder Stevens Engine. Exhibited at the 1907 Dublin Motor Show, this four-seater was constructed of Irish wood and had solid rubber tyres.
The DeLorean Motor Company was formed in 1975 by John Zachary DeLorean (a former GM employee). The company operated in Dunmurry, a suburb of Belfast, until the company’s bankruptcy in 1982. It produced 9,000 DeLorean DMC-12 cars. The DeLorean DMC-12 was a sports car with gull-wing doors that opened outward and upward. In 1982, John DeLorean was charged with drug trafficking. Prosecutors argued that he was attempting to raise money for his struggling company.

Cinema and TV Car Classics:
1985 Back to the Future – DeLorean DMC-12 (1981, silver) – Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox).