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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    I was hoping Toby would chime in to this post if he remembers me
    I tried the website and could not get it to show me any of the cars for sale.
    Canít wait to be back in Stainless!!!

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    Good luck with the search; I purchased 1417 in Bend, Oregon and drove back across the country to MS. Started the journey in snow and ice; thread on here somewhere. You live in a beautiful area. Sold 1417 a while later and bought 10020 in CT. Another terrific, long drive home.

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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    Did you buy it from David D. ? I donít want to butcher the spelling on his last name. He has a lot of really nice cars
    I have drove a delorean in like 6 inchís of snow that was not fun.

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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    How much Money to Spend ???

    what do I need to or have to spend to get a really clean well sorted Delorean ?
    One that I could get in to an trust to drive anywhere anytime ?
    Im gonna give DMCNW a call tomorrow and see if they have any cars.

    Would cash get me a discount or just shot ?.......

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    Id say 25-30k will get a decently sorted one....
    Im sure if you walked in with cash, you'd get a good deal.. (just be sure totell Toby I sent you..maybe I'll get some free screws...lol)
    Rob Depew
    Tacoma, Wa
    '81 DeLorean 4877 Grey, Auto, 4 wheels
    The Ressurection of 4877......
    Now Accepting Donations to get her back on the road

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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lwanmtr View Post
    Id say 25-30k will get a decently sorted one....
    Im sure if you walked in with cash, you'd get a good deal.. (just be sure totell Toby I sent you..maybe I'll get some free screws...lol)
    I will tell him I need to re join the Delorean club now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Brooks View Post
    what do I need to or have to spend to get a really clean well sorted Delorean ?
    One that I could get in to an trust to drive anywhere anytime ?
    Im gonna give DMCNW a call tomorrow and see if they have any cars.

    Would cash get me a discount or just shot ?.......
    I just purchased 16377 from California for $30k back in December. Very original car with 18k miles on it. Needs some upgrades but I'm very happy with my decision.

    There are quite a few good examples out there and it looks like you have the money to buy a really nice one. Keep an eye out in the usual locations and just get ready to pull the trigger once you find the one.

    Thanks.

    -Nick Pitello

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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJP548 View Post
    I just purchased 16377 from California for $30k back in December. Very original car with 18k miles on it. Needs some upgrades but I'm very happy with my decision.

    There are quite a few good examples out there and it looks like you have the money to buy a really nice one. Keep an eye out in the usual locations and just get ready to pull the trigger once you find the one.

    Thanks.

    -Nick Pitello
    I would one that is ready to go with some upgrades I ready done. My first Delorean 01955 was a mess but Toby got it all fixed and turned it in to very nice D.
    I just think for the 40K mark like the one I linked to on eBay it should have a stage 2 engine not amped up radio that I would want to remove. ( I don't like amp on the shelf behind the seats. )
    When I spot the right one I'm ready to jump on a plane an drive the car home.
    I just missed one CL in Seattle with a stage 2 for 40K and 8500 miles.

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    Senior Member Dangermouse's Avatar
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    There's one "just down the road" being auctioned sometime this weekend:

    https://www.mecum.com/lots/CA0817-29...lorean-dmc-12/

    <2000 miles, though the ad contradicts itself on exactly how many.
    Dermot
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    I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans

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    No-one is to stone anyone, even, and I want to make this absolutely clear, even if they do say "carburetor"

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    Member Alex Brooks's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    There's one "just down the road" being auctioned sometime this weekend:

    https://www.mecum.com/lots/CA0817-29...lorean-dmc-12/

    <2000 miles, though the ad contradicts itself on exactly how many.
    That look like is going for more than I would like to spend. I want one hell of driving delorean im done collecting I did that with the Defender.

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