Re: [DML] Frame Flex? (weight of galvanising)
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Re: [DML] Frame Flex? (weight of galvanising)

Hi S & others,

I put some pics of Aaron's galvanised frame on the Irish DeLorean 
Owners website. I think you'll agree after seeing the pics that Aaron 
has done a really good job so far. Some of the work shown includes 
how he replaced 50% of the metal in the front frame extension, and 
fabricated a new plate to go under the engine cradle.

goto the website:

and click on technical section, restoration logs, and choose Aarons 
DeLorean restoration to see the pictures.

I don't think Aaron has email, but if you want to send him any 
comments you can send them to me, and I'll give them to him at the 
weekend when I see him.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "S" <theborderisopen@...> wrote:
> After looking at the pix, it looks as though Mr. Dixon's Delorean 
> had a seaside driveway.  I hope he got a good deal, that's a lot of 
> cancer.
> --S
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Dore" <dmcjohn@> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Marc, all,
> > 
> > My friend recently galvanised his DeLorean frame - it came out 
> > fantastic, absolutely no warpage. I'm getting ready to do mine > 
> >

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