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Thread: DeLoreans on Display (AKA Museum DeLoreans)

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    There were at least two 50000 miles test cars. One was 514 and is now on display at Cultra. The other was D24 reg RIA7123, shown in many photos, but was destroyed by a fire apparently.

    At least this is the accepted opinion on this from the guys at DOC who have researched this.

    Of course I have never seen a pic of both cars together or of a reg plate of the second one. I assume the Cultra one doesn't have a plate.

    Nick Sutton thought there might have been a third one also.
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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
    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 ...

    Attachment 22886

    Oh, and more photo's would be nice too ...
    It is basically a shell- no frame, engine, interior, etc. Check out this thread, it contains some more information, pics, video, etc:

    http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?33...ormhole+coffee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    There were at least two 50000 miles test cars. One was 514 and is now on display at Cultra. The other was D24 reg RIA7123, shown in many photos, but was destroyed by a fire apparently.

    At least this is the accepted opinion on this from the guys at DOC who have researched this.

    Of course I have never seen a pic of both cars together or of a reg plate of the second one. I assume the Cultra one doesn't have a plate.

    Nick Sutton thought there might have been a third one also.

    ok i see ..,no numberplate no..what flipped me was the missin glove box lid and light etc in the ria7123 pix as the same in the cultra car..both cars must have identical to a tee, anyway I need to be quiet now im soundin like an anorak lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis View Post
    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
    Thanks for these tips, Elvis.

    Added to the list
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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 Dangermouse View Post
    Thanks for these tips, Elvis.

    Added to the list
    The one at amf-museum.de is VIN 3856
    Always a filled fuel tank.

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    Thanks
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    I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans

    http://www.will-to-live.org

    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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    I think that G. Barris BTTF is in Gatlinburg TN at the Star Cars Museum. I saw it in August of 2012 during a family vacation. You may want to call them to verify..
    I didnt know to get the VIN way back then or I would have. Maybe someone there can get the VIN for you to see if it matches any that you have.

    I wanted to get a pic of me in the car, but they wouldn't let me even after I begged and offered 20 bucks to the employee. The feet and legs you see in one of the pics is a DocBrown maniquin.

    http://starcarstn.com/DeLorean.html

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    Last edited by cyberflexx; 02-14-2014 at 08:45 AM. Reason: typos and added http link

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberflexx View Post
    The grammar on that website is atrocious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberflexx View Post
    I think that G. Barris BTTF is in Gatlinburg TN at the Star Cars Museum. I saw it in August of 2012 during a family vacation. You may want to call them to verify..
    I didnt know to get the VIN way back then or I would have. Maybe someone there can get the VIN for you to see if it matches any that you have.

    I wanted to get a pic of me in the car, but they wouldn't let me even after I begged and offered 20 bucks to the employee. The feet and legs you see in one of the pics is a DocBrown maniquin.

    http://starcarstn.com/DeLorean.html

    20120806_192836.jpg20120806_192848.jpg20120806_192900.jpg20120806_192906.jpg20120806_192924.jpg20120806_193015.jpg
    Dang..I must have overlooked this one in the PDF list. I see you already have it verified. At least you got some more pictures

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