Below is a link to my photo. I had to do some post-processing myself to crop properly and do some sharpening - something I don't like having to do, but yes, the image was a little soft straight-out-of-camera.
Not as bad as what's being described here, but certainly something avoidable.
All the shots were going to be the same, so this could have been prevented with a tripod.
I also compared the metadata between the DeLorean photo shoot and the standard backdrop photos. A relatively entry-level camera was used for the DeLorean photos (Canon T3i) while a high-end professional camera was used for the standard photos (Canon 5D MKIII). If I choice had to be made, I would have used the 5D on the car photo, hands down - once in a lifetime shots require high-level equipment.
To be fair to Showmasters, the lighting in the two set-ups was good and the choice to use a black backdrop for the DeLorean shots was wise - puts the focus on the car and the two subjects.