Re: [DML] My DMC is a financial hole - what should I do at this point
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Re: [DML] My DMC is a financial hole - what should I do at this point

In a message dated 6/25/2007 4:52:49 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
daviddlasvegas@xxxxxxxxx writes:

Well, to  make a long story short within 2 months I had to pay Delorean 
One Motors  of Los Angeles, CA almost $20,000 for repairs. The car was 
a chop job and  all the major systems and components had to be 
replaced. I've just spent  another $3,000 in repairs for more things 
that popped up and now I have a  fuel system issue. I haven't even 
begun to refurb the interior (I want to  replace the seats and carpet).>>
That's very disheartening, but any 26 year old car can eat cash. I do have  2 
suggestions... first, if you can drive and enjoy the car without spending  
another $3000., do it while you catch your breath, financially. Second, try  
taking your DeLorean to DMC in Garden Grove, CA next time. Don has been doing  
DeLoreans longer than anyone, including Ed of D1, and unlike Ed, I'm  sure he 
can fix it without replacing components en masse. 
Be aware that Ed of DeLorean One won't take care of anyone who doesn't  
devote every penny of their DeLorean work and parts purchases to him cheerfully  
and exclusively, so if you go somewhere else you can never go back. (I know  
firsthand, as do many others.) But having mentioned him in your posting, though  
not critically, Ed still might find it unflattering.  He does read the DML  
scrupulously... so he's already ticked at you now anyway. Nobody ever complains  
about the quality of D1's work, though... if money is no object. Many people  
love the place. 

Wayne A.  Ernst
vin 11174
Bridgeton,  NJ

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