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Thread: DeLoreans on Display (AKA Museum DeLoreans)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    Interesting article on the Miami Super car Rooms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peripatetic View Post
    The first DeLorean I ever saw was the one at the Volo Museum. I've seen it two or three times but this was before I discovered that the DeLorean community is apparently very proud of their VIN so I didn't catch it.

    They were raffling off this car this year. If the Cubs won some lucky patron would have won the car. Since they lost the prize was the hover board. I believe someone in Australia won.

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    Recently took a visitor to the museum and used the opportunity to snap a picture of the VIN.



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    Vin 7004

    7004 at the Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich, NY:

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    VIN 4728 is on the road...

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    I searched the thread but didn't see this one.

    The Automobile Gallery in Green Bay, WI.
    http://www.theautomobilegallery.org/

    Really awesome place, actually. All the cars in the facility are driveable but they're presented basically as art pieces.
    The DMC is VIN 2285 (Automatic, black interior) and you're encouraged to sit in the car and take pictures. The owner of the facility and the car just wanders around and greets people, he goes by "Red" and was a really cool guy. He didn't mind that I popped open the engine bay and poked around to see what has and hasn't been done.

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    It's the only DMC I've ever sat in, which I'm grateful for as you can see I barely fit. (There are other pics of me with the door closed if there are any doubters) The pedal box was pretty tight with motorcycle riding boots, though.

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    Thanks for the update. Added to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    Also new to the US is one at the National Nuclear Museum of Science and History. Not quite sure what the link is there. :P
    Again, thanks for the information and support.
    I just visited this museum today and snapped some pictures. I had no idea this was there. One of the museum workers said it was donated by somebody up in Los Alamos. Well, I am one of three owners in Los Alamos, and I know for sure this isn't the '83 belonging to my buddy Paul (his plate is PLUTNUM). Guy #3 in Los Alamos did have an 81 but I don't remember if he had a gas flap or not. The one at the museum is a grooved hood, no flap. Nor is it my flat hood '82.

    Vin 05002 puts it at October 1981 -two months before mine was built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdarlington View Post
    I just visited this museum today and snapped some pictures. I had no idea this was there. One of the museum workers said it was donated by somebody up in Los Alamos. Well, I am one of three owners in Los Alamos, and I know for sure this isn't the '83 belonging to my buddy Paul (his plate is PLUTNUM). Guy #3 in Los Alamos did have an 81 but I don't remember if he had a gas flap or not. The one at the museum is a grooved hood, no flap. Nor is it my flat hood '82.

    Vin 05002 puts it at October 1981 -two months before mine was built.

    -Bob

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    Apparently it was donated by a guy in Albuquerque, Alan Trepanier, last summer.

    https://www.facebook.com/alanjay.trepanier

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    Anybody has more information about this one?

    http://www.egeskov.dk/en/classic_sportscars

    It's in a Classic Car Collection in Denmark ...

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    Thanks for the tip Andy

    I added it to the list and sent them an email asking for some more info
    Dermot
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    I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans

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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Anybody has more information about this one?

    http://www.egeskov.dk/en/classic_sportscars

    It's in a Classic Car Collection in Denmark ...
    They really could have been bothered to clean the thing before taking photos of it AND making it the site's banner image. Sheesh.
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