RE: [DML] Remanufactured car...
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RE: [DML] Remanufactured car...

If you buy a car in great shape from a previous owner for $25k, its going to
be a nice car.   You can easily address any flaws or issues for approx $10K
or less.

$35K is lower then $50K on my excel Spreadsheets.

Kevin Abato
Vin# 16680 

-----Original Message-----
Subject: [DML] Remanufactured car...

I am under the delusion that when one purchases a remanufactured car, it has
a warrantee, and that the car has been put together with no previously used
parts, (think electrical harness).  The car has not been through a flood, or
sitting in the desert for a few seasons, or exposed to anything corrosive
like road salt.  The main downside of purchasing from a private party I
often hear mentioned in this forum is the PO (previous owner) issues where a
fix was not really a fix but it did ok while it lasted (it's not a flaw,
it's a feature).
Is the premium worth it?  Depends if the new owner enjoys working on the
DeLorean or driving one.

Disclaimer:  I do not fix, sell, or even drive one (yet).

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cbl1739" <cbl302@...> wrote:
> WOW!!Hard to imagine that a remanufactured DMC is GOING for twice
> price of when BRAND NEW!!

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