Re: [DML] Re: Door Key Blank
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Re: [DML] Re: Door Key Blank

Hey, I agree with being able to find them at a locksmith.  Unfortunately, I
could not, and resorted to ebay for the luxury of knowing I would be getting
the correct keys.  Also, by the ebay listing, it looks like the key is
cross-referenced to that of an early MG car.  The ignitions key was the easy
one to find, the door key I could not find.


On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 8:50 PM, DMCVIN6683 <dmcvin6683@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>   WOW! For that price you can buy 3 keys and get them cut at your local
> Locksmith and have them the same day, and then another $2.00 for
> shipping is crazy. Talk about Delorean Tax.
> FYI any good locksmith has these keys in stock, no need to buy them
> off EBay.
> I think I paid $3.00 a key that was cut at a local Locksmith a few
> years back.
> Mark V
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