Re: [DML] Bodywork
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Re: [DML] Bodywork

Hi All,

This note is long overdue.

Referring to my original note below I had decided to flatbed my D to Rob Grady and man was that a great decision. It took a couple of months to get her back but it was oh so worth the wait!

The car looks like new. He went over the entire car and removed tiny imperfections. Even took care of the rear louver latch that I haven't gotten around to in 8 years. 

It's awesome and beautiful again. The only downfall is I was afraid to drive it but I'm over it now. I take her out for her weekly exercise and enjoy!


Rob worked directly with my insurance company (Grundy) so I really didn't have to do much more then report the accident and make towing arrangements. BTW if anyone lives around Wappingers Falls NY I'd recommend Dutchess Towing. 


Thank you Rob and thank you to the group for your support and replies with all the useful information.



Wappingers Falls NY

10781 <-- remember this vin. It's a gem!

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Tony Pistachio 
  To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2010 7:22 PM
  Subject: [DML] Bodywork

  I just got into an accident with my DeLorean!
  Nobody was hurt. The other driver turned left into me while I was only going like 25mph.. Its all cosmetic but it caused damage to the whole freakin' side of the car. Drivers side front fascia & fender, door and rear fender. Unbelievable. She got a ticket for failure to yield so its clearly her fault.
  I bought the car from Rob Grady like 8 years ago and its been perfect ever since. I'm dying inside.

  Any advice as to how to go about repairing/replacing would be greatly appreciated.

  Wapingers Falls NY

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