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    Quote Originally Posted by BLWNAWY View Post
    I'm retired and have a street rod project to fund - that's why I sold the car after all. Best offer so far is $125. If I can't do better than that I'll either ebay it or hang it on my shop wall.
    I sent you a PM, please let me know if you saw it (twice)

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    Due to a decided lack of interest here, in about a week this will be going on ebay. I'm a little surprised, but need to maximize my return out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLWNAWY View Post
    Due to a decided lack of interest here, in about a week this will be going on ebay. I'm a little surprised, but need to maximize my return out of it.
    Ebay would have been my first move. They say to think of the community first, but the community shops ebay too you know. I sold over 250 transmission filters on ebay and I can assure you that everyone who bought one was a DeLorean owner (or one Hell of a die hard enthusiast).
    Last edited by Michael; 01-12-2018 at 07:25 PM.

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    The market you want is people who collect Delorean memorabilia. Car owners are not, for the most part, collectors of that stuff. The larger market will see your banner on E-Bay. If anyone here is interested they can bid on it there. Leave a link so they can follow it, that's all you have to do.
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    I sold one on eBay about 10 years ago and got $450 for it. Good luck with yours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick C View Post
    I sold one on eBay about 10 years ago and got $450 for it. Good luck with yours!
    EDIT: My mistake. I was referring to the Dealership Poster.
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    You can get posters and banners made up pretty cheap now at places like Staples. Of course it won't have historic value but as a poster it isn't worth all that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLWNAWY View Post
    Due to a decided lack of interest here, in about a week this will be going on ebay. I'm a little surprised, but need to maximize my return out of it.
    Do you check your messages? I know I and at least one other member sent you messages on the banner. Perhaps our offers didn't merit a reply??

    If I knew the link I'd be happy to pursue it on E bay.

    Sincerely,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-Ron View Post
    Do you check your messages?
    My apologies Ron - you're correct I don't check my PM's very often, and I thought I had responded to yours but apparently did not. Best offer to date is now $200 but I still think I will place it on ebay and see what happens.
    1981 DeLorean w/supercharged Chevy V6 - purchased 1990; built '90-'95; sold 2005; re-purchased 2016; sold again 2017
    1957 Dodge D500 Hemi convertible - restoration completed 7/2015
    1957 Dodge 2-door station wagon, getting '06 Chrysler 300 drivetrain
    2000 Corvette convertible

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    Quote Originally Posted by David T View Post
    The market you want is people who collect Delorean memorabilia. Car owners are not, for the most part, collectors of that stuff.
    In my experience car owners are usually big collectors of memorabilia related to their cars. I know I sure was.
    1981 DeLorean w/supercharged Chevy V6 - purchased 1990; built '90-'95; sold 2005; re-purchased 2016; sold again 2017
    1957 Dodge D500 Hemi convertible - restoration completed 7/2015
    1957 Dodge 2-door station wagon, getting '06 Chrysler 300 drivetrain
    2000 Corvette convertible

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