Re: [DML] Original Interior
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Re: [DML] Original Interior

gbsdelorean wrote:

>Dear DeLorean experts
>Found a car with a good price, some mechanical work to do, but the big
>restoration is the interior.  How hard (expensive) is it to replace
>the entire interior?  Besides the hastle of the instal, are the parts
>available?  Looking to do the original grey...
A delorean in need of a complete interior? Hmm, you didn't happen to
pick up #10544 from Jeff Phillips did you? It's the only D I can recall
being for sale lately that it's interior was completely trashed from the
flood it was in.  If you did I guess I can quit waiting for a reply from
him, as I was interested in buying that car as well.

Anyway, to completely redo the entire interior will cost a pretty
penny.. Possibly more than you paid for the car.  Also several of the
interior pieces are in short supply and are currently unavailable from
any of the vendors reguardless of color.

Though in all honesty I doubt you need *everything*. Alot of the parts
are salvagable even after something like a flood. Your best bet would
probably be to strip the entire interior and see what will clean up and
what won't, then start pricing the stuff that won't.


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