John Z. DeLorean's DMC-12 began with an ambitious idea—a Wankel-powered sportscar—that was whittled down by production pressures and other issues to become a not-particularly-sporty shadow of DeLorean's dream. It became an icon in spite of this, of course, but not necessarily for the reasons DeLorean wanted. Rich Weissensel, on the other hand, is perfectly happy to chop and recombine DeLorean's flawed magnum opus to match his own Gullwinged fantasies.
Those include, in no particular order, a DMC-12 grafted onto a K5 Blazer chassis, a six-doored limo created from three separate cars, a convertible, a Back to the Future replica car (of course!), and even a hovercraft. There are probably some others, and Weissensel doesn't intend to stop creating until age, money, or some combination of the two prevents him from building even more.
Before crying about the DMC-12s sacrificed to make his dreams come true, Weissensel has an admirable guiding principle: with so few DMC-12s in existence in general, he refuses to cut up a good one. All his creations are made from wrecked examples too far gone to restore.