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Looks great, Peter.  Did you see that a company in Texas is going to start building these again?  Out of all the excess parts in storage from when they were produced before.  I think they said they had enough to be able to build 300 units.


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Nope, but that does sound familiar.

 

Wait....searches on Bing...found it! GREAT SCOTT!

 

Yup, just read it on the Telegraph's website (A posh English newspaper).

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/news/deloreans-to-come-back-to-the-future-and-be-built-again/

 

Hope this gets the chance to see tarmac/asphalt, rather than tarpaulin. See how they ducked under the 325 unit limit, to get an exemption, from the modern safety rules. B)

 

Flux capacitors at the ready.


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Hope this gets the chance to see tarmac/asphalt, rather than tarpaulin. See how they ducked under the 325 unit limit, to get an exemption, from the modern safety rules. B)

 

Flux capacitors at the ready.

Peter, hadn't thought of that for the quantity of 300.  They aren't dumb.  I think there will be a good market.  I just hope someone doesn't break into all of them ripping apart door panels to see if they are any of the "lucky" ones.  :P

 

Mike


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