[DML] Re: Powdercoated DMC frames experience anyone?
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[DML] Re: Powdercoated DMC frames experience anyone?

Have you considered a galvanized frame as an option?  My frame was 
galvanized in the early 90's by the original owner and survived 
Kansas City in the winter for over 10 years as a daily driver.  Is a 
great article in Delorean World on the frame change out.  I do not 
know the issue number and issue but here is a link to the article 
entitled "rust never sleeps" http://www.roberts-

Houston 1081

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Dore" <dmcjohn@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm looking for anyone who has experience with a powdercoated 
> in a DeLorean (or even a partly powdercoated frame, such as a 
> with a new powdercoated front frame extension welded on).
> I've never heard any real life example of how durable 
> is on our frames.. Well, I've been told its great, but have no 
> how long it is expected to last.
> When the vendors sell refurbished cars, they have freshly 
> powdercoated frames, but what I'm wondering is how soon afterwards 
> the frames start to show signs of rust again? Does the 
> surface become chipped from stones etc easily? Has anyone added a 
> clearcoat over the powdercoating to give it extra 
> There was a guy called Nick on the list a few years ago, who did a 
> frame off restoration on his car, and powdercoated his frame. If 
> you're still here Nick, how does the frame look now after a few 
> of use?
> Anyone who had their frame extension replaced a few years ago - 
> is the powdercoating holding up in this area today?
> Thanks a million to anyone with any information!
> Regards,
> John

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