The ZORA DUNTOV archive
Zora Arkus-Duntov is best known for his work at General Motors, particularly in regards to the Corvette.
John DeLorean thought highly of Duntov, and rightfully so. As early as 1975, DeLorean was sharing information on his new car with Duntov and hired him as a consultant. Duntov continued in this role at least until the summer of 1982.
In 2011, James Espey was permitted to review and copy the DeLorean-related documents that were among Duntov's files that were donated to General Motors. Many were carbon copies and drafts of correspondence between Duntov, JZD and others within DeLorean Motor Company. These are presented here with thanks to both General Motors and James Espey.
Zora Arkus-Duntov passed away in 1996 and his ashes interred at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1975 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1977 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1978 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1979 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1980 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1981 - CLICK HERE!
CORRESPONDENCE FROM 1982 - CLICK HERE!
No correspondence from 1976 or additional files are in the Museum's collection, but we know they are out there. If you have some in your private collection of DeLorean Motor Company or Duntov/Corvette files, please consider sharing copies with The DeLorean Museum by contacting us and help keep history alive!