RE: [DML] My DMC Joe Experience
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RE: [DML] My DMC Joe Experience

Generally, I myself am not a big poster, but the fact that this hits
close to home and a little down time because of a certain hurricane
brings me in. 

About 3 years ago, I myself had several thousand dollars worth of
repairs, maintenance, etc done by Joe in his shop in Georgia, mainly
because of the proximity to my own home in NC, and because of his
reputation that he had built on the DML.  He kept my car for around 3
months.  I got it back on the day of the first meeting of  ETDOC in
Knoxville.  When I started to drive it home, I noticed immediately that
many of the repairs I had paid him for were not done, the most
noticeable being the replacement of the angle drive.  I'm not going to
get into the entirety of what was done, but something from my mind
really stuck out; when I met up with the other owners in Knoxville, and
started pointing out some of the items that were done, one of the guys
who had just sent his car into Rob Grady to have some stuff "unJoed"
made the statement that nothing made him madder than to have to pay
someone else to fix something that he had paid someone else to do.
(BTW, if anyone has not seen the work that Rob does on cars, you really
need to make an effort to find one, they are INCREDIBLE. Sorry Rob,
shameless plug) What is really sad about the whole thing is the fact
that many people have not just invested a few hundred or a couple
thousand in it, they have invested much more than if they had just had
it done by Rob or Houston, or any of the other very reputable shops that
keep our Marque going. How many people has Joe not only taken money
from, but also completely soured the experience of owning a DeLorean?
And that is really the sad part.


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