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Thread: Delorean Power Seat Track Engineered, built and working!

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    Dr. Bob Bob635's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcnorway View Post
    Will you sell them?

    Stian Birkeland
    Norway
    This is something I have thought about. Since I use the original DeLorean seat tracks I will need a inventory of both good seat tracks and junk ones, (I cut off 3" from the lower track and weld it on to the stock track.)

    I will talk to some D repair shops to see if we can get an inventory. After that it is a simple task that just takes assembly time.

    If people want these, just send me an email. If I have a enough people interested i can pursue this venture.

    Bob

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    Depending on how much, I'd be interested.
    Rob Depew
    Tacoma, Wa
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    DMC Midwest - 815.459.6439 DMCMW Dave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob635 View Post
    This is something I have thought about. Since I use the original DeLorean seat tracks I will need a inventory of both good seat tracks and junk ones, (I cut off 3" from the lower track and weld it on to the stock track.)

    I will talk to some D repair shops to see if we can get an inventory.

    Bob
    Be careful what you agree to as cores. Some of the "junk" ones are completely rusted together and won't slide. You might be able to cut them up for what you are doing, but as the sliding part they would leave a lot to be desired. NOS Slides are only about $60/seat so starting with new ones might be worth the money so you don't have to mess with core exchanges and get stuck with rusty junk ones. as cores you have to re-sell as good.
    Dave S
    DMC Midwest - retired but helping
    dswingle@DeLorean.com

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