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

Hi Thanks for responding;

I truly did not mean to be Open ended.  As far as patients goes I am 
very patient I am will to wait to get the right car after all I will 
own it.    I will check the local club.  I am in Tennessee do you 
know which Club I should use.  
I would love a restored car however cost wise however I think that a 
safe drive while it gets fix it up might be more practical.  I not 
very handy to work on the car myself is not much of an option,
I understand your comments regarding option C however I don't 
understand what you mean by I" can no longer buy a car from D-1, 
simply because you asked the question".

Thanks again;

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> 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!  
> http://www.deloreanmidatlantic.com/
> 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@...> 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.
> http://tools.search.yahoo.com/shortcuts/#loc_weather

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