[DML] Re: Original Shop Manuals
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[DML] Re: Original Shop Manuals

As I said, this is a monumental task. Too much to ask any one person
to accomplish. You gave us a tantalizing hint of the great stuff that
can become available but only proved that the job is even bigger than
I thought! The only way it can be done is by breaking it down into
smaller chunks that can be done by a group of people. This group must
also be very knowledgeable in all aspects of the Delorean. I invite
all comers to try my "Guess the Part" quiz @ DCS '08 to test their
knowledge of the Delorean and some of the documentation. As for
setting up a committee to further this project I am sure if we ask Ken
he can find us a room. 
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
>  Without doublechecking my files, as I recall... First there were
handwritten notes and photocopied handouts at training sessions. (I've
go a few of those.) Then there began the service bulletins, parts
bulletins, etc. to be compiled in binders. Then the preliminary and
2nd ed. parts identification manual, the suggested warranty repair
times manual and the slim Technical Information Manual which is
essentially a study and training book.? Then the bulky Technical
Service Manual, then its revision: the Workshop Manual in 1982, with
service and other bulletins continuing as well.? So there was a shop
manual eventually, but the info was never entirely condensed and
corrected in the Workshop Manual. A DeLorean dealer really needed a
bookshelf full of manuals to have it all. And even that could do with
a lot more detail. (But we don't need the service procedure manual, etc.)
> -Wayne
> DMCTech


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