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Thread: Tour of Game of Thrones in my Red Delorean

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    Tour of Game of Thrones in my Red Delorean

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    Senior Member MML's Avatar
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    Excellent video. Was at Ballintoy and the hedges myself last October. (Just before they closed to traffic). Amazing places and well worth seeing!
    - Martin - VIN 5436 -

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    October 1981 C.Bennett's Avatar
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    Oct 1981 DeLorean DMC-12
    Manual transmission. Grooved hood. Grey interior. Rear antenna.
    Obsessive perfectionist and proud owner.

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    Senior Member DMC-81's Avatar
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    Very nice video and scenery! Thanks for posting.

    Delorean status: Restoration finished. DMC's BRP program completed, and CECF 2017 & 2018 Platinum Award winner.

    Pictures and comments of my restoration journey are in the albums section on my profile.


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    Senior Member DrJeff's Avatar
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    It was great to see the video of home. Well done making the video. Not surprised the wind was a challenge.

    #6313 (lic: DMC-EV Texas), 25k miles, 100% leather, touchpad, 100% LED, dimmable LED dash, remote door lock & Elvis mod, all A/C vents in kneepads, wedgectomy, escutcheon velcro fix, GM door chimer, custom arm rest/storage/controls...

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    Well done Thomas. Makes me want to come back to Ireland! I loved driving around the countryside & coast line.
    Shannon Y
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