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    This week I got my seats recovered by an upholstery shop nearby. They did an amazing work, I can’t be happier.



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    Sometimes Owner louielouie2000's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mburshtain View Post
    This week I got my seats recovered by an upholstery shop nearby. They did an amazing work, I can’t be happier.
    Those are gorgeous, and the installation is perfect. Which seat covers are they?
    Louie Golden

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    Quote Originally Posted by louielouie2000 View Post
    Those are gorgeous, and the installation is perfect. Which seat covers are they?
    Thank you so much. I was debating between purchasing the “Original Material Grey Seat Covers” that DeloreanGo are selling to the DMCH covers.
    After careful consideration I decided to go with DMCH as in my opinion have the OEM look, but are more durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mburshtain View Post
    Thank you so much. I was debating between purchasing the “Original Material Grey Seat Covers” that DeloreanGo are selling to the DMCH covers.
    After careful consideration I decided to go with DMCH as in my opinion have the OEM look, but are more durable.
    Those look incredible! Very nice. You'll get a ton of comments with those as it totally transforms the look and condition of the interior. Enjoy!


    Sept. 81, auto, black interior

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Those look incredible! Very nice. You'll get a ton of comments with those as it totally transforms the look and condition of the interior. Enjoy!
    Thank you Jonathan, it does feel like a completely different experience driving it.

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    Senior Member Kukem's Avatar
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    My VIN:    4266, Previously 11056

    Well, I bought another DeLorean. I am the proud owner of VIN 4266. 81, manual, grey interior with a grooved hood. She is a beauty! Took possession of her last night. It feels surreal having a DeLorean back in the garage, even though it's only been 2 years since I parted with 11056. But I am super excited to be back behind the wheel! I don't have many pictures yet, but I will post soon.20201006_174016.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kukem View Post
    Well, I bought another DeLorean. I am the proud owner of VIN 4266.
    Congrats!!! How's the condition of the car?

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    I spent most of the evening working on the frame. The fuel line compression fittings came in today, so those are all installed now, plus new fuel lines for the accumulator. I also have the exhaust manifolds, crossover pipe, and catalytic converter primed and nearly ready for paint.

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    Senior Member Kukem's Avatar
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    My VIN:    4266, Previously 11056

    Quote Originally Posted by CyberBill View Post
    Congrats!!! How's the condition of the car?
    It is in good shape! Very similar to my last one. NOS seats, original uncracked binnical and dash, stainless is really nice. Fuel system is really good, probably better than 11056, but i got some temperamental little electrical issues that like to sometimes have a nap instead of working. Overall, it's a fabulous car. Been grinning ear to ear for the last 2 days. Great to have one back in the garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kukem View Post
    Well, I bought another DeLorean. I am the proud owner of VIN 4266. 81, manual, grey interior with a grooved hood. She is a beauty! Took possession of her last night. It feels surreal having a DeLorean back in the garage, even though it's only been 2 years since I parted with 11056. But I am super excited to be back behind the wheel! I don't have many pictures yet, but I will post soon.20201006_174016.jpg
    Congrats Korey! It's a nice looking car.
    Dana

    1981 DeLorean DMC-12 (5 Speed, Gas Flap, Black Interior, Windshield Antenna, Dark Gray)
    Restored as "mostly correct, but with flaws corrected". Pictures and comments of my restoration are in the albums section on my profile.
    1985 Chevrolet Corvette, Z51, 4+3 manual
    2006 Dodge Magnum R/T (D/D)
    2010 Camaro SS (Transformers Edition)

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    Senior Member Kukem's Avatar
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    My VIN:    4266, Previously 11056

    Thanks, Dana. I am super stoked to be back into the hobby. One of my high beams bit the dust before inspection, so I have to get that sorted. Lol. Never realized that a slight eyebrow would come in so handy. 20201010_130245.jpg

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