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Thread: DeLorean Industries Restoration Incentive Program

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    DeLorean Industries Restoration Incentive Program

    DeLorean Industries Restoration Incentive Program “RIP”

    The Restoration Incentive Program “RIP” for short is designed to assist owners with their long term repair and restoration goals. By spending just $1500.00 in a rolling calender year at DeLorean Industries, you become eligible for 10% off all of our innovative products and offerings for an entire year. This along with our free shipping on qualifying orders above $100.00 in the United States results in huge savings for DIY project owners.

    How it works:
    Once accumulated purchases reach $1500.00 within a single rolling calender year the eligibility criteria is met. Enjoy an extra 10% off all purchases for the next 365 days.

    Exclusions:
    Discount only applies to required quantities to repair/restore a single DeLorean. Multiple car owners must meet the above criteria a second time to be eligible for the discount on parts for a second vehicle and so on.

    Contact DeLorean Industries today for more details and to apply!
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    Motors about after dark Michael's Avatar
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    Is this still the case? I think I hit this by now.

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    Of course, this program is heavily "RIP'd" from Delorean Motor Company's Budget Restoration Program (BRP):

    https://www.delorean.com/budget-restoration-program.htm

    I took advantage of and completed DMCH's program when I restored my car several years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    Of course, this program is heavily "RIP'd" from Delorean Motor Company's Budget Restoration Program (BRP):

    https://www.delorean.com/budget-restoration-program.htm

    I took advantage of and completed DMCH's program when I restored my car several years ago.
    Ok I am confused. Is DMC Texas doing this program or DeLorean Industries in Ohio or whatever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupercoolBill View Post
    Ok I am confused. Is DMC Texas doing this program or DeLorean Industries in Ohio or whatever?

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    It looks to me that they both have similar programs. Not sure if they are both currently active though. This thread from DPI is almost 4 years old.

    -Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJP548 View Post
    It looks to me that they both have similar programs. Not sure if they are both currently active though. This thread from DPI is almost 4 years old.

    -Nick
    Don't think DPI has this anymore anyway - I asked Josh earlier this year as I was getting to ready to spend thousands of dollars on parts and he said they don't have an incentive program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 82DMC12 View Post
    Don't think DPI has this anymore anyway - I asked Josh earlier this year as I was getting to ready to spend thousands of dollars on parts and he said they don't have an incentive program.
    Bummer, before I even read this I was planning on approaching DPI asking them to give me a discount if I bought over a certain dollar amount since I am doing a full frame off restoration.
    I guess when you have all the work you need you don't need to offer incentives anymore. Well, I will probably still ask. Couldn't hurt.

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    Josh now sends a signed head shot with a sample of his DNA attached. It is his hope that sometime in the near future, the teleport machine from "The Fly" will soon be avaliable and lucky subscribers can infuse themselves with perfection. If that isn't incentive enough to order from DPI, I just give up.
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