[DML] Re: New DeLorean or "Real" One
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[DML] Re: New DeLorean or "Real" One

That happened with the last 6-10 Bricklins produced,in every aspect 
they look like a Bricklin,they have Bricklin Vin Tags,BUT were NOT 
Assembled in the Factory,they were done at Consoilated Buildings in 
Ohio(Kapac)they assembled the last of the Bricklins...in the 
Bricklin Community,most people do not consider them "true" 
Bricklins,but more like Kit or reproduction Bricklins.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, robert parker <roberthparker@...> 
>   Interesting concept. Try this one:  When Glenn Pray bought 
Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg  Co. in 1960, he moved it to Broken Arrow, 
Okla. (about 12 mi. from my domicile). He made Cords in the '60's, 
and Auburns in the '70's. The latter are known as "Glenn Pray 
Auburns" from the "Factory", to distinguish them from the "other" 
Auburns that are just "made" & sold. He used many original parts, 
but Ford supplied the drive-train, & you could have A/C, fancy 
stereo, & Automatic trans. if you desired. So, would THEY be any 
less an "Auburn" because they were not built in the original year of 
1935, or in the "original" factory in Auburn, Indiana?  Mr. Pray 
thinks not.  "Glenn Pray Auburns" are considered a "real" Auburn 
Speedster by those who know.   I have a hunch Steven Wynn would 
agree with Mr. Pray.        Drive Stainless    Robert   VIN 6924
> > To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > From: jtrealty@...
> > Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 14:13:26 +0000
> > Subject: [DML] Re: New DeLorean or "Real" One
> >
> > It's not that complicated. A Delorean IS more than just the sum 
> > it's parts. It has a vin # and when it was created each came 
with it's
> > own Certificate of Origion from which each State issued a unique 
> > to the first Owner of Record. Kind of like a Birth Certificate. 
To my
> > knowledge DMCH does not have the authority to issue a 
Certificate of
> > Origion or a vin #. The "new" Deloreans will be "kit cars" built 
> > a majority of origional Delorean parts. In a sense they ARE 
> > just with some qualifacations.
> > David Teitelbaum
> > vin 10757
> >
> >
> >
> > --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Todd Masinelli <tmasin@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Not to try to get all philosophical or anything, but I totally 
> > > that a DeLorean is no more than the sum of its parts.  My 
DeLorean was
> > > built in strife-torn Dunmurry in 1981.  It was transported on 
a T
> >

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