Re: [DML] Re: Flatbedding Delorean - to cover or not to cover?
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Re: [DML] Re: Flatbedding Delorean - to cover or not to cover?

The shrink wrap really held up well on the trip to DC.  When we left Daves house we ran into a pretty wicked snow storm.  A lot of slush and dirt was kicked up by passing semi-trailers.  A few times covering the delorean.  During those times I was really glad to have the shrink wrap on it.  The first night between daves house and DC, it rained freezing rain.  Again, the shrink wrap protected the delorean from this.  There was some freezing done to the wrap, but once we started to drive this all fell off.  You can see in some of the destination pictures truely how dirty the trip over to DC was.   Once we got the wrappings off, I drove it into the new owners garage and we toweled it down.  It looked great, there was no slush to deal with, and the new owner was extremely happy.
  I've trailered a lot of Deloreans, including my own around.  Most have been in good weather conditions.  This was the first time I had trailered a Delorean that was shrink wrapped, and I wouldn't have done it any other way, especially knowing what weather we were going to be dealing with.

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