Re: [DML] What is the best way to buy
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Re: [DML] What is the best way to buy

WOW, what a very open question.

The answer depends on a number of things-

1.  How patient are you?  Are you willing to spend a
few months, or even years to find the "right" car?  or
do you want it NOW!  If you are willing to take the
time and look, you *WILL* find a good deal on a car
that may not need too much (if any) work.  Good source
to find a car like that is your local club.

It looks like you may be from from NJ (or staying at a
Hilton in NJ)? Check with the DeLorean Mid-Atlantic
club.  I am the VP, We have a very active group!

2.  Do you have the cash up front to buy a "restored"
car now?  Or would you prefer a car that is safe to
drive while you fix it up?

3.  What are you skills?  If you are willing to work
on the car yourself, you will save LOTS of money. 
Labor on these cars can get very expensive.

However, I will admit I see no point in option "C"
below.  If you are going to ship it to a vendor for a
full restoration, why not trust them to pick out the
the best car to restore?

P.S.  You can no longer buy a car from D-1, simply
because you asked the question.  Sorry!  You will have
to stick with one of the DMC locations, PJ Grady, or
one of a few other sources for a restored car now.

--- rbgdmc <rbgdmc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Guys;
> What is the best way to buy my D. 
> a) From a seller over the net
> b) Through a company like DMC of Huston/D-one, etc
> c) One in bad shape and ship it to a company like
> DMC of Huston/D-one, 
> etc to have it refurbished
> Thanks 

Don't get soaked.  Take a quick peak at the forecast
with the Yahoo! Search weather shortcut.

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