Re: [DML] The first 500 to 560 series cars built Preproduction
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Re: [DML] The first 500 to 560 series cars built Preproduction

Vin 551 is currently for sale in the UK


Lawrence Lormand wrote:

>I know the last time I wrote on this site about this some people got
>all bent out of 
>shape & I got some emails from unnamed & unsigned emails.any way.
>I've talk with 3 previous employees & 2 people from troy whom worked
>on the wood 
>moc up & they all say the same thing from Vin 500 to vin 560 were
>factory built by 
>the engineers to make sure how things would fit & how to design the
>car to 
>perfection before the workers were trained other words how would you
>train them, 
>the Black fiberglass training car were used just to get the employees
>to get the job 
>done with out damaging S.S panels & parts as John didn't want to pay
>for anything 
>more than he had to due to the tight budget. if you go through the
>history you will 
>also find that Warrenty cars started at vin 560 gee why would they do
>that? why not 
>500? Because these cars were ment to be training cars, engineering
>cars, promotional 
>cars, experimental cars & management cars, you can also look back at
>the Delorean 
>history & see a clip were the car is being judged by every day people
>on comfort, 
>sleekness, affordability, the only complaint they really had was
>hitting their heads on 
>the door when they got out. that was in Aug 1979 (not the proto type
>eaither.) we can 
>debate this forever but if you think about it you to might agree, you
>have to make 
>regular cars before you can debug them & produce them in volume.

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