[DML] Re: Thinking of selling my car
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[DML] Re: Thinking of selling my car

That is why I bought it in the first place. A car that I can work on 
in my spare time and when it gets running I can say that I did all 
the work myself. My time at college is a lot less than I thought it 
would be and there is nobody around my area that knows DeLoreans. I 
have emailed a few people that know how to work on them to see if 
they will take the car and get it to running order and I can pay them 
for their time and the parts but no word from them yet. The college 
that I am going to will not let me have more than one motor vehicle 
so I can't park it in the parking lot and work on it here. It is just 
sitting in my mom's driveway being used as storeage space.

I've tried to get help from other DeLorean groups but they don't 
really help other than ask questions. I just want mine to run nothing 
more, I can work with that.

I've had old cars in the past. 1960 Rancheo, 1966 Beetle, 1980 Olds. 
All were not running and I got running for close to nothing however 
they didn't have electrical problems. I have also worked on countless 
Chevys from the 70's and 80's. I can work on cars mecahnically but 
electrically I'm lost.

In my family I am on my own on cars, my dad left when I was 12 and 
I'm surrounded by women that don't know how to fix stuff.

I know that I will always have trouble with my car but I don't need 
one that is realible, I ride my bicycle everywhere and only need a 
car for when I move stuff and if I can ever get a date:)


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "denverdelorean" 
<denverdelorean@xxxx> wrote:
> if you are willing to give up on your car so easily, then maybe 
> isn't the car for you.  There are tons of cars out there that 
> are "better than mine"  but I also want to make my own car better 
> and better.  My car has a small ding in the left rear quarter, 
> a headliner recovering. needs a new drivers side mirror. ( the one 
> on there is no longer breakaway, but I would have to point out that 
> it is a repaired mirror)  The seats could use a recovering but have 
> no heavy wear. 
> All of these things are on my list to fix or return to like new 
> condition, but that is part of the draw.
> Just fix your car.  Make it great!  you'll love it all that much 
> more when it is done!!
> Matt 
> #16076
>   --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Josh Porter" <joshp1986@xxxx> 
> wrote:
> > I'm thinking of selling my car and need to know that if I do 
> decide 
> > to sell it would anyone here want to buy it? 
> > 
> > I haven't made my mind up but need to know what to tell the 
> of 
> > the other car if I do decide to buy his or her's car.
> > 
> > Josh
> > 10989

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