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Thread: What have you done to your DeLorean today?

  1. #8561
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    Today I continued daily driving my car. I’m now averaging about 200 miles per week.

  2. #8562
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    My VIN:    17145, 1983 canadian model

    Took her out of winter slumber, and install interior door panel and door headliners.

    Happy St-Patrick day! 🍀
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    My frame has two coats of wax Michael's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Took her out of winter slumber, and install interior door panel and door headliners.

    Happy St-Patrick day! ��
    Love it! That color is so very retro. All that's needed is some machine finished accents for the ultimate 70's look. That suede armrest cover is perfect!

    Edit...I see you already got the silver accents...it's perfect!

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    My VIN:    17145, 1983 canadian model

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Love it! That color is so very retro. All that's needed is some machine finished accents for the ultimate 70's look. That suede armrest cover is perfect!

    Edit...I see you already got the silver accents...it's perfect!
    Thank you very much Michael! I appreciate!

    Cheers 🍻

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn View Post

    Installed stylish vent grills in the rear deckboard that covers the relay/fuse compartment.

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    Very nice... any chance you'd make more of these and offer up for sale? Do you sense any possible increase in cabin noise coming through this from engine bay area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by larsmhh View Post
    I bought a stainless stell shifter plate from a supplier in Germany. The letters DMC were - different to the plates from DMOCO cut out so I filled them up with blue dyed epoxy resin and put a LED backlight from a LCD display behind it. I used the power supply of the automatic shifter plate whic was tehre but unused on my manually shifted car.
    It took some time to mechanically adjust, but now it works fine. I hope you like it too



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    That looks amazing! PM me if you'd be willing to make me one exactly like that for a fee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    Lol! If your DeLorean's horn sounds like any dying animal, it's time to replace both and check the wiring and ground. I replaced both mine with the original Mixo units from DMC when I restored the car. Everybody that hears them is surprised that they are stock.

    If that's not loud enough, I have FIAMM "Freeway Blasters" (part numbers 72112 for the low note and 72102 for the high note) in 2 of my other cars. They are just a few decibels louder than normal, and the best thing is that they look just the Mixo horns.
    Curious if those FIAMMs would be just plug and play with existing wiring and mounting hardware or would you have to rig up some new mounting brackets/holes?

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    My frame has two coats of wax Michael's Avatar
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    My VIN:    I respect my vin enough not to whore it out among the masses.

    Finally ordered Toby's intake and throttle spool covers. They tie the engine together nicely but I am a bit bummed about the intake cover. I'm sure with the OE cover there is no gap, but with Hervey's all stainless air cleaner box, it leaves a bit of a gap. I guess I could cold weld a piece in there when I take it off to refinish my intake and horns(next on the to do list).

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    My VIN:    17145, 1983 canadian model

    Very neat! Such a clean engine bay!!

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    Swapped out the door lock solenoids for actuators, before installing the wings a loft door openers.

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