[DML] Re: Sunken tooling
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[DML] Re: Sunken tooling

Exactly. Pictures surfaced on the internet some years ago of the dies 
being attached to fish nets and being tossed overboard. Absolutely 
everything from the DeLorean factory was sold via auction in 1983, and 
I would guess that's how the die's fate were sealed. We've gotta 
remember, it took many years after that even for the remaining 
DeLoreans to be sold... with this glut of the pariah cars, why on 
earth would anyone want to invest in the dies to build more of them?

Louie Golden
past owner of VINs 10115 and 5252

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:

Do you have proof of this motivation?
I have always read that the tools were simply sold as "scrap metal", 
and the company that eventually ended up with them bought them to use 
to anchor fishing nets.

BTW, if they are in the "deepest part of the ocean off the British 
coast", then that area of the ocean is not that deep!!


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