RE: [DML] Thickness and specification of the steel used on the frame
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RE: [DML] Thickness and specification of the steel used on the frame

I asked Sarah, a DeLorean Museum volunteer, to post a scan of one of the
component drawings of the chassis, she chose the shock tower.
1.88847.166957630003834> &set=a.367691406597121.88847.166957630003834


3.0mm mild steel, to British Standard 1449.1.1972, HR3, pickled and oiled.
Someone else can perhaps dig up what the spec was of BS1449.1.1972.





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DeLorean frame is the worst of both -- low carbon *AND* thin gauge.

Bill Robertson


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