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    Keeper of the ODOC List 17076's Avatar
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    ODOC is now 46 Deloreans Strong

    Two more Ontario Cars (and Owners) found in last 2 weeks. If you are an Ontario-based DMC-12 owner and not a Member of ODOC... the gull wing door is always open!

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    Member Steven's Avatar
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    Next summer when I'm back in Thunder Bay I will try to hunt down two other owners and get their vins!

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    Keeper of the ODOC List 17076's Avatar
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    Actually there are now 63 confirmed or "substantially rumoured" Deloreans found in the Province now.. still looking for more.

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    Keeper of the ODOC List 17076's Avatar
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    70 Ontario Deloreans now in ODOC. The largest Delorean Group in Canada.

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    So I suspect we'll have a record breaking 70 DeLoreans at the British Car show this Sunday?
    - Devon

    83 Canadian Spec - Manual, Grey, Fixed Pulls, Flat Hood

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    Quote Originally Posted by 17076 View Post
    70 Ontario Deloreans now in ODOC. The largest Delorean Group in Canada.
    This is heavy!

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    5 speed Canadian issue micmak's Avatar
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    There's that word again. Heavy. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earths gravitational pull?



    .....Mike.....

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