[DML] Re: This may be a dumb question but,
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[DML] Re: This may be a dumb question but,

No it's not a dumb question.

Clubs abound and parts are a plenty... see link for info on both:

As for restoring... be sure to check out Project Vixen by Dave Stragand
He documents his restoration in great detail with other helpful tidbits of what
you can expect, cost, etc.

Shannon Y


From: "mrfordaholic" <mrfordaholic@...>
Date: Mon Apr 3, 2006  1:36 pm
Subject: This may be a dumb question but, 	

I have never owned a DeLorean, but have been in love with them since
they first came out new. To be honest, i do not have the money to go
out and buy one in mint shape. I do belive I could afford one that
needs to be restored however. I have restored several muscle cars in
the past(my father owned a body shop when I was growing up). So my
question is, how hard is it to find parts? I know to get in the right
circles and clubs to help find them, but are the parts out there, or
should I give up? I plan on taken a couple of years or more to do one
right, and trust me, it would be my baby! Any opinions or advice would
be very helpfull.............thank you

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