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Thread: DeLorean for sale for less than $13k

  1. #11
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    Location:  Tacoma, Wa

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    My VIN:    4877

    Just put some air in the tires and drive it home. The frame is all fine...thats actually the new trend in suspension kits.
    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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    Senior Member Dangermouse's Avatar
    Join Date:  May 2011

    Location:  Atlanta OTP GA

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    My VIN:    2743

    Club(s):   (SEDOC) (DCH) (DCUK) (DOC-UK)

    Originally this was listed, without pictures, as "coming soon" at $14,750, but I assume when they failed to get it on the lift safely, they dropped the price by $2k.

    Someone on FB spotted it last month on a transporter in KS and then again when it got to BHCC. Note how the RFF has been damaged after delivery

    Goddard KS 03.jpgGoddard KS 01.jpgBHCC s9700 - 2.jpgBHCC s9700 - 6.jpg
    Dermot
    VIN 2743, B/A, Frame 2227, engine 2320

    I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans

    http://www.will-to-live.org

    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 DannonWeb's Avatar
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    Holy rotting wreck, Batman.

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    Customized Member 81dmc's Avatar
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    Location:  Magnolia, TX

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    $12,000 is a bit expensive for a vin plate
    Rodolfo

    SPEC I Stainless Exhaust, Delorean.eu Roof Box, Kenwood Double Din, Black Leather Interior, Improved Wiring, Custom Dakota Digital Instrument Cluster, QA1 Suspension, Rostra Cruise Control

  5. #15
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    My VIN:    4877

    I imagine the vin plate is the prolly the best part on that one. I'd give 'em $1000...if nothing else it would make a pretty lawn ornament.
    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

  6. #16
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    Location:  Virginia Beach, Virginia

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    Great car! Amazing condition! All you need to do is replace the whole car and the whole frame and bam you have a very clean delorean, dont lowball me I know what I have!

  7. #17
    Nothing witty here lest it offend
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    Quote Originally Posted by 81dmc View Post
    $12,000 is a bit expensive for a vin plate
    Hold on Wildfire, I never saw a VIN plate and I wouldn't assume much with this one

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    Guy with a DeLorean Mark D's Avatar
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    Location:  Stevens Point,WI

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    My VIN:    6125

    Whew. Good thing they put a bra on the front of this thing. Gotta keep everything fresh underneath.




    I don't think I've ever seen a frame so rotted that the wheels are falling off. It's kind of a miracle they could even secure this thing down on the transport truck with the split in the middle of the frame and 1/3 of the metal rusted completely away.
    Mark Dehlinger

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    Senior Member Dangermouse's Avatar
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    My VIN:    2743

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    Hopefully the towing eyes weren’t damaged
    Dermot
    VIN 2743, B/A, Frame 2227, engine 2320

    I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans

    http://www.will-to-live.org

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

  10. #20
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    Even thou it is only a Kia I feel sorry for any car that was parked under that scrap pile wrapped in a stainless cover. I'm surprised it fared that well on the journey. Wind erosion could have nearly finished it off. Wouldn't want my car underneath that catching all its bits as it goes down that highway.

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