[DML] Re: 1981 Delorean coming up for sale/virtually factory new
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[DML] Re: 1981 Delorean coming up for sale/virtually factory new



Very true, 
this car desrves the right home. If a car in this condition marketed 
for $25,000 than people would line up. My fear (and why should I 
care really) is that this car will get into the wrong hands and be 
driven all over the place. I am looking for the owner that will 
continue to preserve this car. All issues you have addressed are 
valid and have been cared for properly. No cost is being spared in 
the least bit. All needed repair items are purchased soley DMCH 
through Dave Bauerle. Dave restored my personal 81 remarkably well. 
My father purchased two DeLorean brand new, I have the first one 
that I begged him to buy. Its basically identical to the one I am 
selling accept the one I am selling has a gas flap hood.
The door panels inside the car have not shrunken away so the inside 
door panel is visable. The vents, buttons, knobs carpet, seats, 
dash, fascias front and rear, binnacle, dash, speaker vents, 
gaskets, t-panel gaskets, inner and outer seals, the grain, lights, 
Grille, Windshield, glass, louvers, engine, shocks, struts, frame, 
hoses, ac, wiring, fiberglass body, door handle, lock mechanism, 
fender wells, nuts and bolts, pipes, spare tire, rims look like they 
we just unwrapped.

This is an opportunity for someone ready to buy the perfect car 
right now, simply can. The interior is just like in the original 
sales brochure. Black interior, Automatic. Only difference is that 
this one has a front fender antenna. 
Byron


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "blackaddertoo" <blackaddertoo@...> 
wrote:
>
> Hi Personally i think you may struggle for $40k
> 
> there are a fair few such factory fresh cars around with those 
miles 
> or less! as many thought they may be a good long term investment.
> 
> a long time sitting without running is not necessarily good.
> (ie fuel in tank eating the rubber, hydraulics etc.)
> 
> just my thoughts
> 
> Steve
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "byrondelorean" <celiambyron@> 
> wrote:
> >
> > I figured what the hell; I have a top secret DeLorean that will 
be 
> > hitting the market very soon. I grew up with two DeLorean's in 
the 
> > family and still have them. This particular one came into my 
> > possession by the original owner. I co own and working with him 
to 
> > sell the car. I have been commissioned to restore the car to 
> > pristine factory condition. I couldn't believe my eyes the first 
> > time I seen this thing. Original Blue shocks, undercarriage 
> > literally off the boat. Interior smells new(I am not crazy, I am 
> > deadly serious). Black Leather, Automatic, grooved hood, fender 
> > antenna, no add ons, no molestation. Car had zero recall 
updates. 
> > All updates are being performed as we speak. The car is complete 
> and 
> > will undergo the proper detailing by my hands very soon. I 
cannot 
> > wait. The car will not be sold any less than $40,000
> > Or I will simply purchase the car and sit on it as I have an 
> agreed 
> > contracted price with the owner.
> > Pictures and advertising will commence the weekend of April 28th.
> > This car will have a 1 month warranty that will yet be 
determined. 
> > Free pickup and delivery with any warranty claim within a 100 
mile 
> > radius of Waterford, MI and 100 mile radius of Delaware Ohio.
> > Please read on for Historical description:
> > 
> > 
> > 1981 Delorean - Original Owner
> > 
> > Vehicle Identification No. SCEDT26TXBD002734
> > 
> > Purchased new Nov 6 1981 from Tamaroff Buick-DMC-Honda in 
> > Southfield, MI
> > 
> > I have the Original State of Michigan gold-embossed title (12-15-
> > 81), Original Bill of Sale and 1983 Insurance Certificate
> > 
> > Under 3000 original miles
> > 
> > Original tires replaced twice due to flat spots from storage 
> > (sometimes sat for 3 consecutive years without moving).  Always 
> > stored indoors in garage or enclosed airport hangar. Purchased 
> > nearly new NCT's to either be placed on the car or provided with 
> the 
> > sale. tires still have knubs.
> > 
> > Never driven in winter (no snow or salt)
> > 
> > The car was purchased by a gentleman for investment and 
nostalgia 
> > purposes only.  He had several other cars that he preferred to 
> drive 
> > because the DeLorean attracted too much attention, especially in 
a 
> > small town, and he was always afraid of hitting a deer or 
someone 
> > intentionally defacing it while parked.  He purchased an '81 
> > Mercedes 380SLC (still has it) a few months before the DeLorean 
> and 
> > his daily driver was a '77 Mercedes 450SL, so the DeLorean 
> basically 
> > sat in the garage with a cover over it.  The longest drive the 
> > DeLorean ever had was the 200 mile trek from the dealer to his 
> home 
> > when he bought it.  It was driven a few times to Grand Rapids 
for 
> > servicing (150 mile round trip) in the mid-80s and by 1990 it 
was 
> > pretty much mothballed.  
> > 
> > Owners Manual and Service Manual are included with the car.  All 
> the 
> > maintenance and service records were destroyed with lots of old 
> > business records when a warehouse roof sprung a nasty leak 
during 
> a 
> > rain storm (mid-90s).  The legal documents were not warehoused 
so 
> > they have been well preserved.
> >
>









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