Re: [DML] Body and engine removal
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Re: [DML] Body and engine removal

Thanks for some neat photos. 
  Makes me want to work on my car. I have car #968 which I purchased in 1995.
  My car runs well and doesn't seem to need any thing major.

Travis Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
          Hey everyone,

This past weekend I finally had a chance to make notable progress on 
my restoration project. I started on Saturday morning with an 
intact, yet non-running DeLorean and by Sunday afternoon, I was down 
to a frame without an engine and transmission. I have seen plenty of 
DeLorean rolling chassis over the years, but never my own! This is 
my first time doing either of these procedures, so it's been 
educational (slow). So far, the only unintentional damage was the 
diagnostic plug (might be repairable) and the flywheel plate that it 
connects to (< $5). I can live with that!

Here are some photos of my progress, or lack thereof:

Clearly, this is just the tip of the iceberg, but at least it's 
finally progressing. The goal here is to strip it down to a bare 
frame, which will then be powder coated. Then after that, I have to 
figure out how to put it all back together and then move on to the 
rest of the car.

Just wanted to share.


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