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Thread: Another Beverley Hills Car Club find....

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    Certified Stainless!! Chris Burns's Avatar
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    "Mechanically sound." Yeah, but probably not functional with that Cold Start Valve being left unplugged. I wonder if perhaps they just meant, "Yeah, it's mechanical, and it makes some sounds when you try to make it work..."

    Then there is that chassis...

    Robert

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    With BHCC, I always read "mechanically sound" to mean "all parts present and correct". None of their ads say "drives great", etc. mainly because most of them don't.
    Dermot
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    Fuel sender
    Headliners
    Rub strips front right quarter
    Seat belt bolt covers x2
    A nice ciabatta bun, some lettuce and a slice of ham to go with that Swiss Cheese frame

    Oh, and I think there is a little more room on the outside of the rear wheels to fit some more balancing weights. Doesn't look like they quite got enough on there to go all the way around.

    Don't know how much I would want my name on previous parts orders getting posted online with the ad, but that's just me maybe.

    ...did automatics come with the "clutch fluid sticker" above the rubber cover next to the gas cap? I'd have thought the factory would have not stuck those on for auto trans cars.


    Sept. 81, auto, black interior

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    Certified Stainless!! Chris Burns's Avatar
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    Red one for sale

    Beverley Hills Car Club is notorious for having clunkers, but this one seems ok. Not perfect, but ok.

    http://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/1...ean-c-4972.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Burns View Post
    Beverley Hills Car Club is notorious for having clunkers, but this one seems ok. Not perfect, but ok.

    http://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/1...ean-c-4972.htm
    I agree with you Chris. That car does look ok. Surprising a little too considering their other cars. For a painted D, $18k isn't too bad of a price either from what you can see in the pics. Wonder what a drive test, or an idle test would show?


    Sept. 81, auto, black interior

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Burns View Post
    Beverley Hills Car Club is notorious for having clunkers, but this one seems ok. Not perfect, but ok.

    http://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/1...ean-c-4972.htm
    While I really dislike painted DeLoreans, I have an odd affinity for red ones. I guess I just like the way red really makes the lines of the car pop, and emphasizes the sporty styling. However, I can't say I'm a fan of that particular hue of red- it's stereotypical spray paint red.
    Louie Golden

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    Certified Stainless!! Chris Burns's Avatar
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    This one started out as a white DMC and the paint was stripped off half way through. What a mess!!

    Asking 12 grand.

    http://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/1...ean-c-5183.htm

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    Wow, that one is pretty rough!
    VIN 4728 is on standby to have its new exhaust installed, and has lost priority to a kitchen/living room renovation & 60-80 hour work weeks.

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    I noticed the BHCC never seem to want to reveal the VINs of DeLoreans they sell. I noticed because I always try to record the painted ones. Now, there is a red one and a white one that I am missing because I can't identify them by VIN.

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