In article <3pnkq1Fbcc3rU1@individual.net>, Bob Hobden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>"Eddy Bayton" wrote
>> ...slightly off topic but as both vehicles have steel chassis and rust
>> body panels I thought I'd let you all know that a deLorean has just pulled
>> up at my neighbour's house down the road. It has NO paint on the bodywork
>> all and the lustre of a Franke kitchen sink. I never thought I'd ever see
>> one of those things. Y reg (1981 or 2 ??). It is actually quite handsome
>> unfortunately gull winged.
>None of them did have any paint on them.
>Quite a nice looking car in the flesh, if ageing a bit, a lot smaller in the
>metal than it looks in photos.
One of the weirdest experiences I've ever had was sitting in someone's
lounge early in the morning across the valley from the just-closed
DeLorean plant (Dunmurray?). As the sun rose we were dazzled by the
reflection from the serried ranks of stainless steel bonnets, all parked
in neat rows.
Shame the plug was pulled, although I believe Mr. D. was alleged to have
pocketed rather more than the government intended...
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