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Thread: DeLoreans on Display (AKA Museum DeLoreans)

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    car museums

    Didn't the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, SD have a Tucker and a DeLorean?

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    Well not really a visit image but the photo supplied by the museum on its web page (http://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/en/en/delorean-dmc-12)


    Nice list!!!

    Wow so many of those out there collecting dust eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALEXAKOS View Post
    Well not really a visit image but the photo supplied by the museum on its web page (http://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/en/en/delorean-dmc-12)


    Nice list!!!

    Wow so many of those out there collecting dust eh?
    I was just looking at the website for Sinsheim Museum. Under their "exhibition" section, there are two sublists; Exhibition Areas and Famous Exhibits. Exhibition includes vintage cars, sports cars, American dream cars, etc., but the DeLorean is listed under Famous Exhibits along with the Concorde! There are $30M Bugattis and Ferraris in the regular Exhibition section, but the DeLorean DMC-12 gets it's own heading under Famous Exhibits - pretty cool!
    I would LOVE to visit this museum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALEXAKOS View Post
    Well not really a visit image but the photo supplied by the museum on its web page (http://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/en/en/delorean-dmc-12)


    Nice list!!!

    Wow so many of those out there collecting dust eh?
    Brave move parking that on a white carpet
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    The Windy City

    I've been meaning to check out this coffee house the next time I visit Chicago, IL:
    http://thewormholecoffee.com/

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    some more here in Germany:

    http://www.amf-museum.de/automobile/seite2.html


    Last year they had one, too. Little museum, the Delorean was their biggest eye-catcher.

    http://www.engstingen.de/servlet/PB/...965/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris brennan View Post
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/christo...n/10429016335/

    added a description as there's no real info there
    Is your info correct? I always thought that D24 (RIA 7123) and VIN#00514 (the museum one) were 2 different cars?

    Even PJ Grady's site says that the 2 cars were 'very similar', thus assuming meaning 'not the same car' ...

    http://www.pjgrady.co.uk//GenericCon...ilot_Cars.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by beernpizzalover View Post
    I've been meaning to check out this coffee house the next time I visit Chicago, IL:
    http://thewormholecoffee.com/
    Anyone can confirm this is a real car or a mockup? If a real car, VIN please. Looks like a real car for sure, because when you type in the adress in Google Streetview, the DeLorean is clearly visible through the window ...

    Naamloos.jpg

    Oh, and more photo's would be nice too ...
    Last edited by Andy; 11-05-2013 at 03:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Is your info correct? I always thought that D24 (RIA 7123) and VIN#00514 (the museum one) were 2 different cars?

    Even PJ Grady's site says that the 2 cars were 'very similar', thus assuming meaning 'not the same car' ...

    http://www.pjgrady.co.uk//GenericCon...ilot_Cars.html

    yeah I think they are the same car. DMC records show car 514 as doing its first 50.000 miles test in N Ireland but if your look at exterior and interior of RIA 7123 they match exactly the car at the Belfast museum(missing glove box lid, dashboard mounted light, CB aerials, no vin plate on drivers side door, two front grill spotlights etc) im confused now lol... I guess a pilot car and vin assigned car are two different things now...but do you see my point?

    DMC RIA 7123.jpgDMC RIA NOW.jpg

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