Location: Hollywood, FL
My VIN: 891, 1045
Wasn't the DeLorean itself advertised as a car that should last 25 years or more?
-James . . . "Life without knowledge is death in disguise." ~ H.P.G.
Location: Florida: Pinellas County
My VIN: 5003
In a similar instance - its just like my parents who run a printing business. They constantly have someone agree to a price, pay when you pick up your job. They do all the work, job is ready and never hear from people again. If they charge it right then and there to begin with they'd never lose out on the money that way - but they don't want to scare people off by making them pay first.
Last edited by dn010; 05-20-2014 at 04:43 PM.
Location: Sunfield, Michigan, USA
My VIN: 1798
Location: Atlanta OTP GA
My VIN: 2743
Club(s): (SEDOC) (DCH) (DCUK) (DOC-UK)
Gonzo's Game of Thrones?
VIN 2743, B/A, Frame 2227, engine 2320
I don't always drive cars, but when I do, I prefer DeLoreans
No-one is to stone anyone, even, and I want to make this absolutely clear, even if they do say "carburetor"
Location: Columbus, OH
My VIN: 03307
Club(s): (DCO) (DCUK)
With all due respect, does this post really (still) need to be stickied here instead of in the vendor section?
VIN 03307, 5 Speed, DMCCA Camshafts, Custom Twin-Turbo Setup, Megasquirt II EFI, Two-Tone Interior. Spax Shocks, DMMOCO Frame Brace, DMCEU Lower Control Arm Braces, Grady Front Lowering Springs, DMC Fiberglass Front Fascia, Numerous Upgrades. President, Delorean Club of Ohio.
My VIN: 5646,5080, 5880, 10234, 3639, 2518, 10586, 1538
Just PM whomever is a moderator this week.