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Thread: Cup Holder Options?

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    Just saw this drink holder option on the DeLoreanGo website.

    https://www.deloreango.com/ca/drinks-holder.html

    Anyone got one? Care to do a review for us?

    I'm curious about where the screws access is and exact dimensions of the cup holes (diameter and depth).


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    Looks decent enough. Size looks like it will hold cans, but nothing larger..maybe couple inches deep.

    Only thing that kinda kicks is the price... $82.99 USD seems kinda steep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post

    I'm curious about where the screws access is and exact dimensions of the cup holes (diameter and depth).
    The screws are in the coin tray. On my car they’re not even hidden, they’re just sitting there near the front edge. As for dimensions it should be easy enough to figure out if you have a can of coke handy.

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    That was the largest size I could really fit in the space, this fits with zero modification to the car, you can even use your original screws if you like.

    I'm biased of course as I designed/make them, but a few folks have now started fitting them and posting pics/comments on various DeLorean Facebook groups so Im sure they'll be plenty of unbiased reviews.

    Pic of grey version I did, personally I prefer the black/grey contrast.

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    Screw access shot to answer earlier question, holes are counterbored so the screws sit below the surface

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrguk View Post
    Screw access shot to answer earlier question, holes are counterbored so the screws sit below the surface

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    Thanks. That's pretty much the only reason I asked about the screws. Picture shows what I wanted to know. Good job.


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    I like the pic of the gray one, but I don't see that offered on the website. Is it available?

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    Is the delorean go grey one an exact color match to the arm rest console? Can someone with the black one who has a grey interior take s picture of it with the door open (like a full interior kinda shot)?

    Anyone use the delorean go one with a large fast food cup from McDonald's or taco bell? Does it fit and hold it in place when you make a turn with the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam_knox View Post
    Is the delorean go grey one an exact color match to the arm rest console? Can someone with the black one who has a grey interior take s picture of it with the door open (like a full interior kinda shot)?

    Anyone use the delorean go one with a large fast food cup from McDonald's or taco bell? Does it fit and hold it in place when you make a turn with the car?

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    This really is for cans and small drinks, it was either two regular cans/regular cup of take away coffee or one large hole for a large drink to fit within the confines of the original space.

    I have had mine in for a few weeks and the holes are plenty deep enough (you can probably work it out from the photo of the can) for nothing to fall.

    Colour wise...
    The grey interiors are a nuisance to match, especially after 40 years of fading etc... the one in my photo is of my car when I was testing some colours, my cars all leather so not OEM anyway and although it was a good match, I have subsequently swapped if for a black one as I prefer the look (all personal taste of course).

    I've always thought if you can't get a 100% match its probably smarter to go for contrast.

    Thanks for the questions

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