Re: [DML] Best comment on the Delorean Yet
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Re: [DML] Best comment on the Delorean Yet



All,

I didn't mean this to become a big issue, I just posted about what 
someone said, and asked if we all could agree about the value of the 
car.  To me, the car should acutally go for about $30K, in great 
shape, a fully restored concourse car should go for about $45K, and 
I'm talking about a winner.

Come January 1, 2006, the '81 cars become true antiques. Let's see 
what the market does to the price of the car.

We all own a very unique and special car, and we should all be proud 
of our work that we and others have done to keep them on the road.

Very happy to own 2 DeLoreans. 


Bernie

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "tuxr" <tuxdarby@xxxx> wrote:
>
> This probably (unfortunately) is the best discussion of the value 
of 
> the car I've seen and what drives the market for it.  Just don't 
see 
> it making a big jump anytime soon.  But, maybe one day someone 
will 
> do a feature length movie, "Delorean", get a few big stars for it, 
> would be a great story.  Rising star GM exec, leaves to start new 
> car company in Northern Ireland, the drug arrest and acquittal, 
the 
> Back to the Future movies, and recent death.  Alot of drama and 
> twists, if done right could be a HUGE movie.  Might result in alot 
> of demand for the cars, but even if not, would be a great movie, 
> would love to see it done.  Wouldn't have to be done by a big 
movie 
> studio, just doesn't seem like it would be a big budget movie, 
might 
> put a smaller production company on the map.  Anyone know any 
studio 
> people to give them the idea??  Or maybe it was already done and I 
> missed it??
> 
> > >
> > Well we could all 'agree' to start saying $200k is the value of 
our
> > cars, but that doesn't, and won't ever, make it so. The value 
will
> > allways be whatever the market determines it to be. We could 
start
> > asking whatever we wanted, but nobody will ever pay much more 
than 
> they
> > go for now unless they become ALOT more rare than they are.  You 
> also
> > have to think about what kinds of people buy and own deloreans 
> now. From
> > what i've seen, most delorean owners are not particularly rich 
> people. I
> > know some are, but most of us still have to work for a living 
and 
> don't
> > have an unlimited toy budget.
>








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